A Christmas Bargain?
Tips on how to stay financially responsible during the holiday season.
Be Good to Yourselves Parents
Parenting is challenging, especially when there is so much information on parenting and so many people with opinions on parenting. It can seem like everyone wants to tell you how to do things. This article gives practical advice on how to handle all the input...
Finances - a Family Affair
This article shares ways to teach about finances to your kids.
Giving Children Roots and Wings
This article considers the importance of teaching problem-solving skills and critical thinking to even young children. The author gives practical ways to foster these skills at home.
Holidays - Special or Stressful
The holidays are full of events, shopping, gatherings, and other "things to do". It can be easy to take on too much. This article suggests ways to help make holidays meaningful without trying to do too much.
It's all about Perspective
Helping our kids and ourselves see how God is leading in our lives and our church. Avoiding focusing on the negative so that our children see the right perspective.
Learning when and how to disagree
There are time in life when we must disagree with others. This article outlines how to do that in an effective way that will not damage relationships. An important skill for any age.
Let's Share, OK?
This article explains the stages children go through as they learn to share and gives suggestions for ways you can promote sharing.
Ten Questions to Ask your Parents
This article presents 10 questions that will help you think through your own finances and help you tap into the wisdom of your parents’financial experience as well.
The Marshmallow Test
Did you know that self-control has been linked to success in all aspects of life? This article looks at the crucial importance of helping children build self-control.
The Most Precious Gift
We all make mistakes, even parents. Apologies are so important and they also set a good example for our children.
The Power of an Apology
This article looks at the power that apologies can have on relationships. The author shares several tips and guidelines for making a meaningful apology. This would be an excellent skill to develop at any age.
Ways to Encourage and Build your Child's Confidence
This article provides 22 suggestions to help you help your child build confidence and independence.
Who Me Cheat?
This article addresses values and moral, cheating, and the parent's role.