Today we’d like to share five ways we’ve learned are helpful in responding when our kids tell a lie. We pray they’re a help to you too.
Inspiration for Your Family
As parents we’re tempted to compare our unique children to each other. Yet comparing your kids will be toxic to the life of your family.
While we can’t change the world, we do hope that our children will grow to be resilient, full of faith in God, and able to cope with whatever life throws their way.
Our fourth child is moving away this week to college, so we remember once again that the nest emptying isn’t always smooth or simple! Parenting young adults redefines our place in their lives. We’re moving from a role of authority to one of influence.
I think we would all agree that parenthood brings one worry after another for the well-being of our kids. But how do we tell when our worry is something more?