Parenting with an Eternal Perspective

It is up to us as parents to shape our child's heart so that God can win that heart one day...

Advice for a First-Time Dad

When you become a father for the first time, your life changes in significant ways.

How to Envision Your Vacations

Do you dream about experiences you’d like to have with your family? Then grab a piece of paper...

One Family's Adoption Choice

On Aug. 10, the King's accepted a referral for a set of twin girls in Russia that were a year old. Later, they were informed one of the twins has cerebral palsey. Here's their story.

  • Joanna Miley King |

  • January 25, 2011 |

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Overcoming Mommy Guilt

When you are a mother, guilt is a state of being. I personally am plagued with guilt every time I stop and think about my effectiveness as a mother.

  • Julie Coleman |

  • January 14, 2011 |

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10 Ways to Build a Healthy and Happy Family

There are some basic principles that will help you create a family which each member can grow spiritually, emotionally, and relationally - which will help you build the healthy, happy family God wants you to enjoy. Here's how.

  • Whitney Hopler |

  • December 21, 2010 |

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The Myth of the Experts

A new mom, my friend found herself drowning in marketing materials from unsolicited experts of every kind. It started even before her daughter was born, Doulas, childbirth educators, lactation consultants, parenting coaches, home organizers and child experts—my friend thinks she doesn't stand a chance if she doesn't read/use all of them...

  • Rebecca Hagelin |

  • December 14, 2010 |

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Effective Homemaking with Young Kids

I enjoy a clean home, and my temptation is to try to find my joy and peace in the order of my house...

  • Kristin Chesemore |

  • December 07, 2010 |

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Finding God in the Everyday Tasks of Homemaking

I was recently challenged by a reader’s comment: Sometimes I get overwhelmed with the many tasks of homemaking ... What can we do to kick start ourselves into being excited over our callings as homemakers?

  • Sandy Coughlin |

  • October 19, 2010 |

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Operation Narnia Brings Christmas to Children Worldwide

Operation Christmas Child is spreading to Narnia this year with a special invitation from Georgia Henley, who plays Lucy Pevensie in the Narnia films.

  • Katherine Britton |

  • October 08, 2010 |

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Denial to Healing: A Mother’s Journey Through Learning Disabilities

With the teacher's words "severe learning disabilities" ringing in her head, Anna Buck pulled her daughter from the school and began the long journey from denial, to advocate, to healer.

  • Paula Moldenhauer |

  • September 20, 2010 |

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Choosing the Right School for Your Child

Five Sunday Strategies for Mompreneurs

As a mom and an entrepreneur, taking a day off is not in my nature. But keeping holy the Sabbath day is actually a habit that helps me recharge and prepare for the week to come. Here are five simple strategies I use to make the most of my weekly day of rest.

  • Theresa Ceniccola |

  • August 01, 2010 |

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Father to Son: One Father's Journey from Adopting to Adopted

Ted Kluck and his wife, Kristen, navigated through foreign customs and culture shock, the painful reality of infertility, and even a few near-death experiences to bring Tristan home with them. Yet in all of this, God's faithfulness marks every turn, threading the events together with the grace of One who risked everything to adopt His church.

  • Stephanie S. Smith |

  • July 02, 2010 |

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The Value of One-on-One Time

Our pup was always energetic and ready to play, just like kids. And just like kids, he was happy and generally stayed out of trouble as long as his caretakers were giving him love and attention.

Large Families: Blessings or Burdens?

These days, having more than two children can unleash a tsunami of ire from family, friends and total strangers. Three mothers give their perspectives on the most common complaints and misconceptions about large families.

Moms Have a Mission Field

Recently, I found myself armed with drop cloths, brushes and a stepladder as I tended to some much-needed interior painting. While I worked, I listened to a talk show on Christian radio. "I feel like I'm not doing anything for God!" moaned one mom who called in...

Find Joy in Raising a Boy

If you have a son, you know that a boy can be both wild and sweet. You'll encounter some hair-raising challenges while raising him to become a strong man, but you'll also enjoy the many rewards of sharing adventures with your son.

Love is a Choice: The Realities of Adoption

Nothing could have prepared me for the challenges I faced after bringing 2-year-old Jenny home from Russia. "Can't you send her back?" a well-meaning friend suggested...

  • Sharon Beth Brani |

  • April 14, 2010 |

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Parent with the Real World in Mind

There's no magic formula you can use to make sure that your kids fare well in this fallen world. What matters most is for your kids to see you living for Jesus in a real way.

Adopting from Haiti: How Author Karen Kingsbury Doubled Her Family

In the quiet incandescent glow of my computer screen, I stumbled upon an Internet site that had a photo listing of children available for adoption in Haiti. One of those was a darling five-year-old boy with huge brown eyes and dimpled smile...

  • Karen Kingsbury |

  • March 19, 2010 |

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Despite USC Study, Children Still Need Both a Mom & Dad

"Same-sex couples can be effective parents, researchers find." This headline in USA Today in January has raised quite a few questions from those interested in family.

  • Glenn T. Stanton |

  • March 12, 2010 |

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How to Catch Your Kids in a Lie

That first lie told by a three-, four- or five-year-old is a landmark. It's a moment of huge consequence during which a moral code begins to take shape.

The Three Generation Family: Is It Gone?

  • Russell Moore |

  • February 25, 2010 |

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10 Lenten Traditions to Enrich Your Family's Easter Celebration

As new believers, we wanted our relationship with Christ to be part of our family’s daily life - not just Sunday only. Traditions provide vivid impressions for children which parents can build year after year...

  • Barbara Curtis |

  • February 17, 2010 |

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Women of Advent and Christmas: Elizabeth

Just when most friends thought her time had past, Elizabeth found herself at the beginning of Christmas.

  • John Mark Reynolds |

  • December 25, 2009 |

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Advent in Church and Cultural Tradition

Celebrating Advent helps families prepare for the coming of Christ. But where do Advent traditions come from?

Advent: Enlarged in the Waiting

Wendy Wright, in her book of reflections on "keeping watch in the season of Christ's coming," suggests, "Of all the types of waiting, the waiting of pregnancy is most like the waiting that we do during Advent."

10 Tips to Prepare for the 2009 Holiday Season

This year, the stress and anxiety level is likely to be amplified. With this in mind, here are ten tips I believe can be helpful in getting ready for an enjoyable, meaningful holiday season in 2009.

Dr. John Rosemond on Disciplining Your Child Successfully

If you're struggling to get your kids to behave well, there's hope. Dr. John Rosemond's book The Well-Behaved Child offers practical ways parents can discipline kids successfully.

  • Whitney Hopler |

  • November 06, 2009 |

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Not So Fast: Slowing Down the Busy Family

Of all the groups most affected by the busyness epidemic—perhaps the American family has been the worst hit. Under all the self-assumed pressure, something gets buried. And it just might be our souls.

How to Partner in Parenting with Our Heavenly Father

Does God answer when we partner with Him in prayer? Let me share one, simple prayer request I made for one of my sons, Brock, when he was a baby...

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |

  • October 26, 2009 |

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Parenting with Love and Logic

Parenting with Love and Logic shows readers how to raise self-confident, motivated children who are ready for the real world. Learn how to parent effectively while teaching children responsibility. Establish healthy control without anger, threats, nagging, or power struggles.

  • Foster Cline, MD and Jim Fay |

  • October 23, 2009 |

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The “Me Time” Myth

Why did my search for this hallowed “me time” always leave me feeling as though I needed more? While taking time for myself, I definitely felt refreshed, but the moment I got home, I wanted to head right back out the door.

Perinatal Hospice: From Womb to Grave with Love

The hospice movement is a wonderful expression of the culture of life. In a very encouraging development, the movement is growing up in an unexpected way.

  • Chuck Colson |

  • September 25, 2009 |

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Bringing Home Baby

Welcoming a new child into the family is a joyous occasion for all, but the additional expense associated with a new bundle of joy can also be a big worry for some parents, especially in this economy...

Adopted For Life

Adopted for Life is a manifesto calling Christians to adopt children and to equip Christian families going through the process. Offers biblical foundations for adoption and identifies adoption as a Great Commission priority.

  • Russell D. Moore |

  • September 05, 2009 |

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Cultivate Relationships in the Middle of Motherhood’s Chaos

Becoming a mom changes your life in ways that significantly affect all of your relationships – with God, yourself, and every other person in your life...

  • Whitney Hopler |

  • August 27, 2009 |

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Parenting Again

More than 2.4 million grandparents are raising their grandchildren, according to the 2000 U.S. Census. It is hard to get one’s mind wrapped around this global epidemic being caused by divorce, teenage pregnancy, drugs, alcohol addiction, incarceration, lack of responsibility of one or both parents or mental illness.

  • Gail Gallagher |

  • August 20, 2009 |

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We Believe in Miracles – And CPR

Sometimes miracles aren’t as simple as they look. Sometimes they depend on decisions we’ve made before, and whether we listened to the still, small voice.

  • Barbara Curtis |

  • August 13, 2009 |

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Pray God’s Promises for Your Kids' Lives

No matter how hard you may work to help your kids experience God’s best for them, there are limits to what you can do. Prayer, though, has no limits.

Leap of Faith: Adoptive Parents Share Their Perspective

"Would you be interested in adopting a child?” Jay and I tried to show appropriate and mature interest, knowing that we both wanted to jump up and down and scream like kids at a birthday party...

  • Jay and Margot Stegmaier |

  • July 16, 2009 |

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Mothers of the Bible Still Give Advice to Mothers Today

The Bible is filled with stories about mothers who struggled with many of the issues still common to mothers of today, and though their voices are long-since silenced in this life, we can still hear from them—if we listen very carefully.

Never Underestimate the Power of a Mother

From the moment our precious little ones are placed in our arms at birth today's society seems to want to relegate moms to the back bench.

5 Ways to Build the Family You've Always Wanted

It’s possible to create a better family, no matter what your background or current circumstances. Here are five principles from Dr. Gary Chapman's book The Family You've Always Wanted.

When Parenting Feels Lonely

Instead of overflowing with a sense of fulfillment at the opportunity to be at home with my child, I found myself missing my job, craving adult conversation, and even fantasizing about my care-free life before I was a mom...

Honoring Fatherhood

As a wife and mother of two young men who are being raised in an anti-male culture that spews the mantra of radical feminism, I'd like to say a few words to America's dads: We need you.

Our Heavenly Father Knows Best

If I want to do what is best for my daughter as a human, flawed, sinful mother, how much more does God love us as a perfect, holy, flawless Father?

Help for Autistic Children

Kym Wright, writer and mother of a child with autism, gives parents resources for understanding and treating autism.

The Adoption Option: One Mom's Decision to Give Up Her Baby

Recently, blogger Jamey Stegmaier wrote an article for Crosswalk describing his experiences growing up as an adopted child. After a reunion with his biological mother via telephone, Jamey's birthmother shares her side of the adoption experience...

  • Laurel C. Schaffer |

  • April 27, 2009 |

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Eight Is Enough? IVF and Nadya Suleman

It’s increasingly difficult for me to escape the conclusion that the very process of in-vitro fertilization represents a rejection of the natural order and the God who instituted that order.

Adopting Me: An Adopted Child Shares His Perspective

Not only do I have two parents who have raised and nurtured and loved me for twenty-eight years, but I also have a birthmother who carried me for nine months so that I may live...

  • Jamey Robert Stegmaier |

  • April 13, 2009 |

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Christian Morality and Test Tube Babies, Part One

The development of "test tube baby" technologies presents us with moral issues which demand answers, and require our most careful thought and reflection...

Reborn to Emptiness: What to Make of Lifelike Doll Babies

The dolls in question are “incredibly life-like baby dolls” known as “reborns” that can cost as much as $4,000. As you have probably guessed, at these prices, the buyers aren’t young girls, but adult women...

Could 2009 be the Year to Start a Family?

Even though current financial challenges and uncertainties might make this seem like a bad time for such a goal, there are still surprising reasons for couples to make this the year to have children...

  • Steve & Candice Watters |

  • March 19, 2009 |

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Find Rest for Your Family

If you always seem to be in a hurry and struggling to keep up with your activities, it’s time to slow down...

God Has a Mission for Your Family

God’s call to reach lost people with the Gospel is for all believers – adults and children alike. Answering God’s call to focus your family outward can bless each of you as you all bless others...

  • Whitney Hopler |

  • February 26, 2009 |

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Adoption Offers Profound Opportunities for Racial Unity

The Yeats family has had to work through the challenges associated with transracial adoption, but they see all of the random questions and false assumptions as opportunities to educate people...

  • Keith Collier |

  • February 19, 2009 |

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Turn Your Cheek?

Countless churches have taken Luke 6: 29 to mean that Christians, especially Christian children, are to adopt a fully passive approach to the outside world, including bullying...

  • Paul Coughlin |

  • February 02, 2009 |

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The Eschatology of Parenting

  • Russell Moore |

  • January 02, 2009 |

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Joseph: Adoptive Faithful Father of Jesus Christ

As an adoptive parent my curiosity in the character of Joseph is great. Did he ever wonder? Did he ever feel inadequate? Did he ever gaze into the night sky wondering how he would do it?

  • Sharon Beth Brani |

  • December 26, 2008 |

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Mary: A Model of Strength for Mothers

It wasn’t until I became a mother that I realized part of the miracle of Christmas was Mary’s own quiet strength...

  • Jeannine Norris |

  • December 19, 2008 |

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Heeding the Cry of the Orphan

Whether it’s adopting a child with special needs, or even considering becoming a foster parent, we all need to make room in our hearts for those who hold such a close place in God’s heart.

Debunking Adoption Myths

Adopting a child is a lengthy, expensive process that poses great emotional and legal risks to prospective parents -- or is it? Natalie Nichols Gillespie, author of Successful Adoption, addresses some of the more common myths and fears along with the realities of the adoption process....

  • Natalie Nichols Gillespie |

  • December 04, 2008 |

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Parenting: A Call to Patience

Our perky waitress managed to keep a smile on her face in spite of multiple requests. It made me wonder if I wait on my beloved family as graciously as that young woman waited on a table full of strangers...

  • Rebecca Ingram Powell |

  • November 28, 2008 |

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Why Celebrate the Saints? A Parent’s Perspective

October 31st is the eve of All Saints' Day. But is teaching our children about the Saints a distraction from the Word of God?

  • Barbara Curtis |

  • November 21, 2008 |

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Why Adopt?

As little girls, most women I know dreamed of adopting a baby someday. I did, but as I grew up, married, and began my own family, those dreams of adoption faded...

  • Natalie Nichols Gillespie |

  • November 06, 2008 |

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Are Big Families Causing an Ecological Crisis?

Within the span of just a few months, two major figures have called for putting a stop to large families -- and at least one has suggested making large families illegal.

  • Albert Mohler |

  • October 14, 2008 |

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The Culture of the Congregation: Celebrating Adoption

In recent years, American Christians have seen a recovery of adoption as a living concept -- and as a focus of congregational celebration.

  • Albert Mohler |

  • October 07, 2008 |

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Special Needs, Special Love

Many families out there know what it means to have kids with real special needs, families whose daily experiences, and choices in response to those experiences, give the rest of us hope that life can still go on, hope can still ring true...

  • Hal Runkel, LMFT |

  • September 30, 2008 |

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What You Need to Know about Special Education

If you have a child with special needs, or suspect your child may require special assistance, the start of the school year will be more hectic for your family than most. School Psychologist Wesley Sharpe gives parents a simple, detailed guide on special education in his book The ABC's of School Success.

  • Wesley Sharpe, EdD |

  • September 23, 2008 |

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China Adoptions: Families Tell Their Stories

Bringing a child from China home is "a challenge" but you "find love you didn't know there was," said Sherry Meadows, a member of Dauphin Way Baptist Church in Mobile, Ala...

  • Grace Thornton |

  • September 12, 2008 |

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My Daddy’s Name is Donor?

Reproductive technologies bring moral risk -- and the more procreation is abstracted from marriage and the marital act, the greater the risk and responsibility.

Does 'Equal Parenting' Work?

Those committed to the "equal parenting" movement share a simple assumption: "Gender should not determine the division of labor at home." Yet even those families who adhere to this belief don't live it out...

Dads...Want To Leave A Legacy? Affirm Your Children

The first step to leaving a positive legacy is to love your wife. Even if that is no longer an option for you, another way to redeem the father/child relationship can be found in Paul's letter to the Church at Colossae...

Why We Run from the Father

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |

  • July 12, 2008 |

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Adventures in Discipline with Jon & Kate Plus Eight

How does a family with four-year-old sextuples and seven-year-old twins maintain order and teach their kids self-control? In the most recent episode of John & Kate Plus Eight, parental unit Jon and Kate Gosselin discussed their modus operandi when it comes to the discipline of their brood....

The Incontrovertible Facts about Fathers

The U.S. leads the world in the percentage of mother-only families, but research overwhelming shows that God's original design for the family - with an active father as the head - is essential to the health of our children...

  • Janice Shaw Crouse |

  • June 28, 2008 |

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Grieving the Loss of a Child

The recent tragedy that struck the Steven Curtis Chapman home brought this issue to the forefront of our minds. As the Chapman's grieve and piece their lives back together, thousands of other couples are experiencing similar tragedies. How can families come through the other side of a child's death?

  • Dr. David Hawkins |

  • June 21, 2008 |

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Teaching the Littlest Ones about God

How does one start the process of teaching a child the realities of the one true God of the universe?

Reflections in the Mirror: Healing from Your Mother's Mistakes

Not everyone has a positive relationship with their mom. Jan Coates shares her own difficult childhood and gives insights on coming to terms with your parents' failings to become a healthy parent to your own children.

Every Mother’s a Working Mother

While motherhood can look easy, the irony is this: while lots of important people in important places conduct important business every day, the truly most important work in the world is going on at home, where the CEO is mommy...

A Better Tomorrow for Today's Children

The breakdown of the traditional family has ushered in an era of lost and confused children. Turning the tide will require a comprehensive strategy. Regis Nicoll offers several ways the everyday Christian can do their part...

Create the Home Your Family Needs

If you’re intentional about creating the kind of home your family needs to thrive, you’ll make a significant positive impact on their lives that will matter for eternity.

'Raising Dad' a Primer on the Importance of Father-Child Relationships

At first glance, Thom Rainer, president of LifeWay Christian Resources, looks like the shoo-in for father of the decade. But Rainer believes any accolades from his sons are filtered through lenses of mercy, grace and unconditional love...

  • Kelly Davis Shrout |

  • March 17, 2008 |

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"Just" a Homemaker?

We know that being the homemaker is not all roses and rainbows or June Cleaver doing her housework in a perfectly pleated dress, pearls, make-up and hair. But what we do counts for far more than the "image" that the power suits imply...

Motherhood: A Ministry of Love

Love was rarely seen in everyday life and culture in the Roman world; and gentle, sensitive, grace-energized love was to become a powerful witness in the culture of the first century. It's also a powerful witness today.

Enjoy Harmony in Your Household

You can have a clean, organized, and peaceful home – and time to enjoy it – if you seek God’s wisdom about managing it...

  • Whitney Hopler |

  • February 25, 2008 |

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Can God Use Me As a Dad?

Have you ever thought about how to qualify as a dad? You can't. But we can learn from one of the New Testament's best examples of godly parenting, Joseph.

  • Dr. John Barnett |

  • February 18, 2008 |

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How Far is Too Far in the Quest for Parenthood?

If you haven't thought much lately about just how rapidly the very nature of the family is changing, consider this: It is now possible for a child to have five parents.

  • Chuck Colson |

  • February 11, 2008 |

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Seeing Christmas through Mary's Eyes

This Christmas offers a greater impact than usual, and it has nothing to do with the warm glow of holiday cheer or the toasty feeling I get when drinking hot chocolate and melted marshmallows. Instead, it has everything to do with the fact that I’m two months pregnant.

  • Betsy St. Amant |

  • December 14, 2007 |

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Bible Story Books for Children

Children need to understand the individual stories of the Bible within the big picture and to know that these stories are not disconnected, but part of a pattern of promise and fulfillment.

Issues to Think Through Before Adopting

Such a big life change will affect you and your family in profound ways. Here’s how you can think through the important issues before adopting.

  • Whitney Hopler |

  • November 16, 2007 |

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Why Some Evangelicals are Throwing Out Birth Control

Writer Barbara Curtis shares how she and her husband made the decision to forgo artificial birth control and discusses why other Christian families are increasingly choosing a similar path.

  • Barbara Curtis |

  • November 01, 2007 |

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Parenting Is Not About Kids, It's About Parents

In ScreamFree Parenting, author and marriage and family therapist Hal Edward Runkel shows you how to parent less out of your deepest fears and more out of the highest principles based on scriptural truths. Read an excerpt from Chapter One.

  • Hal Edward Runkel |

  • October 16, 2007 |

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Want a Close-Knit Family? Make Time for Shared Life Experiences

Over the course of my career, I've notice that certain families experience unusually happy interactions. These families consistently give the same explanation as to why: "We do a lot of things together."

  • Dr. Greg Smalley |

  • October 05, 2007 |

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Mommy Wars: Are Working Moms that Different from SAHM's?

Some new statistics show that the preferences of employed mothers and those who stay home full time are not all that different and that the gap between them is closing.

  • Penna Dexter |

  • September 04, 2007 |

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Take It From a Mom - Time Flies

We left our son Nick alone in his dorm room far from home after nurturing and loving him for 18 years. Our little boy is now a tall, responsible young man facing life on his own...

  • Rebecca Hagelin |

  • August 27, 2007 |

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Scheduling Your Priorities

Guilt is an ever-present partner in parenting. Have you ever felt guilty at the end of the day because there was so much work yet to be done. Here are some tips to help you with your priorities.

  • Marcia Washburn |

  • August 06, 2007 |

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Effective Mothering is Born of Faith, Not Fear

Several years ago, I was asked, "If you could parent your daughters all over again, what would you do differently?" While I am aware of numerous ways I would want to be a better mom, one thing stands out far ahead of the rest: I wish I had trusted God more.

Delaying Marriage and Motherhood: There are Limits

Even with advancements in medical technology, the rising age at which today's women are now marrying could cost many their chance to be moms...

  • R. Albert Mohler Jr. |

  • July 17, 2007 |

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Evangelical Men Make Great Dads

Instead of the authoritarian man who puts up barriers between him and his family, the evidence shows an affectionate guy who is actively involved and emotionally engaged with his family...

  • Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D |

  • June 27, 2007 |

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Early Childbearing Years are a Marriage's "Vulnerable Years"

Although each marriage is unique, I've found one common denominator among many unhappy marriages -- an unbalanced approach to parenting.

Can Grandma be too Involved? Grace for Generational Conflicts

I never fail to be amazed at the angst caused by differences in opinion between young parents and their one-generation-older parents...

Time Management for Busy Dads

Busy dads in today’s world must battle various forces competing for our time. Here are some ideas I’ve gathered from other dads to help us keep our priorities straight.

Become the Mom You Want to Be

No matter what problems you experienced growing up, you don’t have to repeat your parents' mistakes.

Parenthood -- Life Interrupted?

  • Stacie Hawkins Adams |

  • May 04, 2007 |

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Mother's Loss Draws Her Close to the Christ of Calvary

It's an expectant mother's worst nightmare: “Your baby’s condition is usually incompatible with life..."

  • Nancy C. Anderson |

  • April 27, 2007 |

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Teach With An Eye On Eternity

We want our children to succeed in life and be responsible citizens, but what good have we done if their souls are lost in the process? Our highest goal is to prepare them for eternity.

The Down Syndrome Family

One night on the way home from the hospital, I turned to my husband and cried, "I don’t want us to be the Down Syndrome Family!"

Adoption Provides Striking Picture of the Gospel

Randy Stinson and his wife, Danna, along with Russell D. Moore and his wife, Maria, recount their respective adoption experiences and share how taking adoption seriously is central to being Gospel-centered people.

  • Garrett E. Wishall |

  • March 28, 2007 |

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Preparing for Baby #8

Whether you're expecting the first or the tenth, preparation is key, especially if you already have several children. Kym Wright, mother of eight, shares tips on making your new one's arrival go smoothly.

And Baby Makes Seven

  • Stephanie Gerken |

  • February 20, 2007 |

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