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  1. TRANSPARENT PARENTS by Jeffrey Hagan  
    Many parents feel the need to hide their flaws and imperfections from their children. This actually inflicts more damage than being open and honest about your mistakes on your children. Stop trying to portray an image defined by others and live honestly.

  2. Uncovering Atheist Assumptions At School by Dinora Garza  
    Now more than ever it is vital to teach our children to reason before they accept everything they're told at school. Parent, are you doing your homework?

  3. Love, Laughter And A Cookie A Day by Antje Hill  
    In our stress filled lives, it so important that we we keep our children feeling loved and secure. How better to do that than let them know they are loved and all is well within the family. That can happen with effort and determination.

  4. 10 Tips To Teach Children The Value Of A Dollar by Stephen J. Kimball  
    Equips parents to lay a firm foundation for their children's future. Help your kids build a strong work ethic, learn how to handle money and grow in responsibility, character, patience.

  5. Mommy, I'm Scared by Gene Oborny  
    What do you tell children who are afraid of what is happening in the News?

  6. Pre-parenting, Discipline and Sin by Abby Kelly  
    I have had numerous discussions with friends about how my husband and I plan to discipline our daughter. Already, I've noticed hundreds of books touting the secrets of raising girls, training up a child in the way he or she should go, the merits of spanking, the value of positive reinforcement, and on and on. I have yet to see a book that tells me what I'm supposed to do about my own sin.

  7. How To Raise Wise Children by Dinora Garza  
    We might not be able to stop the indoctrination at school, but we can certainly take the "garbage" out of our children's minds every day.

  8. HOW MUCH DOES INTERNET ENDANGER YOUR KIDS? by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    Kids have been lured out into parks and streets at night, without the glorified parents even suspecting anything. Child abductors, rapists, pedophiles, drug dealers and you name it, will be out there, happily setting a trap for your na´ve offspring. You don't believe it? Once gone, you might never see your kids (alive) ever again.

  9. Good By My Little Butterfly by Sylvia Hensel  
    A child, protected from the evils of the day, reaches the age where she must face life.

  10. Coping with the Pain of Having a Prodigal Child by stephanie reck  
    This Christmas was the toughest one I have had so far. I had these great expectations that I would see my son for Christmas, I mean I have celebrated every Christmas with him since he was born.

  11. Prayer Works by Shari Weigerstorfer  
    "...A few months ago, while we were in the London airport, my daughter found some coins. I had no idea that God would use this seemingly insignificant event as a building block of faith. But then, God is ever surprising, isn't He?"

  12. Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin by Shari Weigerstorfer  
    Loving the sinner while hating the sin is God's way. We are to exemplify God's love to our children. If our children cannot believe that we love them in spite of their mistakes and failures, how will they believe that a Holy God can?

  13. Because of your Father's God by tope Ogundare  
    An article for fathers

  14. Dandelions by Kate Hurley  
    A poem about the beauty of offering yourself to God, even if it doesn't seem like enough. (For children or adults).

  15. Wish the Fish 11 (love) by louis gander  
    The doctor bills had taken all -
    so money? She had none.
    The off'ring plate had passed her by
    - but not her little son.
    Inside his 'hand', his tiny fin
    where heart and love enjoin,
    a 'clink' had echoed through the church.
    Dropped in, his little coin.

  16. Wish the Fish 10 (compassion) by louis gander  
    But listen? Wish's friend did not.
    Bad habits grew in him a lot.
    He didn't try to change his ways
    and he seemed always in a daze.
    His friend was Catfish, Catfish Jim -
    and habits got the best of him.

    "Just stay away! Leave me alone.
    Your voice has a disdainful tone.
    Don't preach to me and do not call.
    You always think you know it all.
    Keep all your morals to yourself.
    Leave me alone. I love myself.

    So Wish the Fish went on his way.
    And time went on - day after day.

  17. Wish the Fish 09 (integrity) by louis gander  
    To show respect, they all stood up.
    Wish wished this day would pass.
    It couldn't be! But yes, it was!
    The judge was Big Mouth Bass!

    The prosecutor raised his voice,
    "His reputation's filthy!
    He brags, he cheats, he steals, he lies.
    He's guilty, guilty, guilty!

  18. How To Influence Your Kids' Behavior by Abby Kelly  
    In order to avoid sin of all kinds, including violent behavior, Scripture tells us that we must instill God's Word in our hearts and keep our lives according to His principles. But how do we do that?

  19. Wish the Fish 08 (charity) by louis gander  
    Then one day something bad occurred
    that took all that he had.
    And that's when Koi could help no more -
    so then they thought him bad.

    So Grandpa Koi, now penniless,
    was nowhere to be found -
    but they demanded he come forth -
    and stop fooling around.

  20. Wish the Fish 06 (patience) by louis gander  
    Now Wish knew moms weren't very fast.
    She'd answer, "Soon." if he had asked.
    He couldn't wait for pie to bake,
    so he, a different route, would take.

  21. Wish the Fish 05 (courage) by louis gander  
    Now Big Mouth Bass, it came about,
    made fun of Wish's friend, the Trout.
    Sarcastically, he bullied him,
    then pushed him hard, again, again.

    The Trout had fallen, hurt his side.
    "I did not do it." Big Mouth lied.
    He threatened Wish with piercing stare,
    "You will not talk. You wouldn't dare."

  22. Wish the Fish 04 (respect) by louis gander  
    In Fish Hook City down below
    the ocean waves and ocean's flow -
    are diff'rent colored fish in schools
    who made a slew of bizarre rules.

  23. Wish the Fish 03 (contentment) by louis gander  
    Wish wasn't mean and wasn't bad -
    but wanted things that others' had.
    So Wish the Fish was not content.
    He had no money. Not one cent.

  24. Wish the Fish 02 (chores) by louis gander  
    One day mom said, "Now do your chores.
    I've done all mine. Now you do yours.
    Go make your bed, then get your broom
    and sweep the seashells from your room."

  25. Wish the Fish 01 (obedience) by louis gander  
    ONCE upon a splashing time
    a little fish wished he could rhyme.
    But 'Wish the Fish' lived in the sea
    and seemed to bring calamity.

  26. An Evil That Mothers Do. by Olawale Ogunsola  
    There is a certain act of mothers that amounts to doing evil to the future of their children but many do not know. What then can this be?

  27. An Evil That Fathers Do. by Olawale Ogunsola  
    Do you know that there are certain acts of fathers that amount to an evil one in the lives of their children? It is revealed here.

  28. The Greatest Gift You Can Give Your Child (or Anyone) by Pappa Joseph  
    This is a gift all parents naturally have, but the tragedy is that their children don't always discern it, because the parents do not realize they aren't expressing it. Consequently, many children feel a neglect of them by parentsa root cause for the growing number of runaway teenagers each year in the materially developed, but emotionally deprived, countries. It's a basic cause for the growing number of children turning to drugs for a substitute assurance or for a temporary obliteration of the gnawing awareness within them of being deprived of their greatest emotional needof knowing with absolute certainty that there are people who will love them and care for them no matter what.

  29. Desirable Materials by Olawale Ogunsola  
    Many parents who find faults in their children's behavior hold peers' influence responsible. Is every flaw as a result of this?

  30. The Sweat From His Brow by Dennis Miranda  
    Being a father is no easy day in the sun, but who would've thought that raising children, even on to adulthood would be such a labor of love?

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