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Fun Family Activity – A December that Matters

Hey Parents! There are a lot of “should’s” that pile on your plate during the holiday season. As much as festivities and decorations add to the enjoyment of this month, they can also add more to your existing list of responsibilities which can feel a bit overwhelming. This guide is meant to provide you with […]

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6 Steps to Managing Daily Screen Time as a Family

Screen time and technology addiction has worried parents long before the pandemic. And now that online schooling is on the uptick, anxiety levels and concerns about the negative effects of screen time are more pervasive than ever. Major tensions can form as parents and their kids battle over how much screen time is the “correct” […]

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Gratitude Family Challenge for November

Help them be grateful 2020, what a year! But before we get to 2021, help your family this November do something that may seem a little odd after all we’ve been through—help them be grateful. Use the Gratitude Challenge to give them a prompt to help them express gratitude. You can use the Gratitude Challenge […]

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What to Do When You Notice Your Kid Is Struggling Socially

You might parent a social butterfly, able to befriend even the most unlikely of people. Perhaps you parent an introverted child who struggles to form friendships. Regardless of personality, every child faces social challenges. That social butterfly? I’m guessing he or she might also dominate conversations or interrupt from time to time. Your shy baby? […]

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Devo – The Real Problem with a Bully

Here’s a great devotional and reminder from Pastor Rick Warren on where our battles should always be fought—in the spiritual realm! Update: Here’s Part 2 of Pastor Rick’s devo “When You’re Bullied, Remember Who You Are”

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FREE Parenting Pivot Challenge Oct 8-24

Is it time for a pivot in your parenting? Could you use some solid parenting direction in these uncertain times? Our friends at Axis have made this 2 week online course free to help us pivot into Confident and Christ-Centered parents! Join over 2 dozen Christian leaders who are experts in their fields. Though this […]

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4 Tips for Talking to Kids and Teens About Racism and Social Unrest

Over the past few months, our world has changed in profound ways. The effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic have been far-reaching and are now occurring in tandem with the quest for racial justice. The convergence of these events has made our jobs as parents even more challenging. Parents are now grappling with questions related […]