Christian Parenting: Three Things Parents Do That Ensures Irresponsible Entitled Adult Childrenby Karla Downing
Are you looking for Christian parenting help on how to raise responsible children? There is an epidemic of irresponsible adult children that need help from their parents well into adulthood. While there are justifiable reasons for this such as a bad economy, the high cost of living, the increase in college tuition, there are also plenty of unjustified reasons such as laziness, addictions, irresponsible decisions, and a lack of maturity. Prevention is always the best policy. With that in mind, here are three things you can do with your young children that ensure irresponsible behavior in adults...
Christian Parenting: How To Teach Your Son To Respect Womenby Karla Downing
It is your job as a parent to teach your children. Much of this teaching has to be intentional. One of the things that you must be conscious of is how to teach your son to respect women. God created men and women to be different but not to be any less valuable. Throughout history, women have been controlled, abused, and mistreated by men. The church needs to follow Jesus' example and treat women as equals that deserve to be treated with respect. Do the following things...
Chosen Parentsby Billie Jo Youmans
Encouragement for parents...God makes no mistakes. He selects the parents for each child who will accomplish His purposes.
Setting Boundaries With Your Adult Children: Five Ways God Wants You To Parent Your Adult Childby Karla Downing
Are you wondering about setting boundaries with your adult children? Parenting your adult child sounds like an oxymoron. The two really shouldn't go together, but they often do. There is an epidemic of children eighteen years and older (even much older) that still require involvement from their parents in their lives and want support in the form of a place to live, money, training, and emotional energy. This requires a plan and an understanding of the ways adult children should be parented. Here are five ways God wants you to parent your adult child...
Interview: Shari Karney, Esq talks about the evil of Child Molestingby Peter Menkin
This interview with Shari Karney, attorney and commentary contains adult content of an explicit sexual kind. Know it holds some graphic statements about child molesting. That kind of material in an interview of a kind dealing with issues in the news today, like the Sandusky trial, have brought to national attention the often secret subject of child molesting and about the child molester. Attorney Shari Karney of Santa Monica, California has been working on this kind of case with others in the United States and especially California, almost in the manner of a Crusade. Perhaps as a Crusade, for the interview has some tones of the Crusade against this evil of the sexual predator.
Prodigal Children - Six Things You Absolutely Must Doby Karla Downing
Watching your prodigal children make choices that you fear will cause pain and consequences and you know are out of God's will is heart-wrenching. The parable of the prodigal son in Luke 15:11-32 provides the model for six things you absolutely must do when dealing with your prodigal children...
Nurturing Creativity In Childrenby Cate Russell-Cole
Experts on child learning tell you that children need to build collections, be silly, and be exposed to a wide range of activities. Not only will it help them, but the very same principles and activities will inspire and enhance your creativity.
Parenting 101 - Bullyingby Lynn Dove
Are your children the victims of bullying? Are YOU a victim? Some practical suggestions on how to parent a child who is being bullied.
Mother of fifteen children is now homelessby Robert Randle
Just when you think things couldn't get any weirder in America, another event happens to come along, unexpectedly, from somewhere out-of-the-blue. Although this is an old story that reporter Keith Morelli, The Tampa Tribune, broke way back in April 21, 2010, still, it has reignited the contentious debate regarding family planning and the responsibility of social services agencies.
Spanking as a form of discipline had its meritby Robert Randle
this: "It takes a village to raise a child" and it is so true. One of the things that probably contributes the most to juvenile delinquency is a lack of discipline; starting in the home. This is the environment where a child is first introduced to the values and conduct which will make him a productive and law-abiding member of society.