I have the answer. Just move your family out of a first-world country and you will quickly see them become grateful for things many take for granted. Teaching your child to be grateful doesn’t have to be that extreme. I wish I could say that moving to a country with hardly any first-world Read More
Building Christlike Virtues and Qualities in Our Children
How do you teach a child to be honest? How do you teach them to see God's hand in Creation or to revere God's Word? We've shared some ideas on how to build Christlike virtues in our children in the posts below and would love for you to join the conversation and share your thoughts and ideas in the comments. Let's learn and grow together.
Psalm 141:3 says, "Set a guard over my mouth, Lord; keep watch over the door of my lips." We know to seek the Lord when we need to guard our own lips. Even then, we have a really hard time doing it. So how is it that you can know how to help your child guard their lips when it can still be difficult Read More
There is a fine line between raising kids who use caution and raising fearful kids. Lord knows I have messed up in this area in the past. Sometimes we learn the hard way, and sometimes we get it right. We would really like our children not to have to learn the hard way. That is why practicing Read More
Managing time is something most kids just don't do willingly. Learning to manage their time wisely is something that is learned, taught, and even improved over time. If you are looking for ways to motivate kids in this area, then I have some tips that can help. Learn how to encourage your child to Read More
In a world where an entire little league sports team gets a trophy for participation, it's hard to teach kids the value of persevering. Sugarcoating and coddling isn't the best thing for our kids. It is super easy just to quit; to keep on going is tough. How to encourage perseverance in your child Read More