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woman and little boy reading at opposite ends of a park bench

Communication: More Than Talking

When my son was 12, he sang barbershop with his dad and grandpa. A few nights a week they had long rehearsals. One night, my son didn’t get to bed until midnight after a rehearsal. He slept in the next mor... more

Healthy Independence vs. Rebellion

Many parents of teen- or pre-teen-aged youth are confused about whether teenage rebellion is an attitude problem or whether the child is displaying healthy independence.... more

Support Call 2-22-19

This Call Covers:

Teaching children with developmental challenges

Raising children up to the Lord

Encouraging proper mental development during puberty

Helping husbands stay on board with TSG

Stopping negative attention seeking.

Worry Not – Live Happy!

In his book, “The Power of Positive Thinking,” Norman Vincent Peale shares a story of a pastor talking to a painter about worrying.... more

Support Call 1-4-19

This Call Covers:

helping children stay calm and avoid attention seeking behaviors

Helping your spouse be consistent with implementation to help the children progress

Teaching children to play.

The proper way to make decisions for your children.

Stitching That Holds the Family Together

“If our society is coming apart at the seams, it is because the tailor and the seamstress in the home are not producing the kind of stitching that will hold under stress.... more

Dealing with Negative Social Influences

A reader once wrote asking about her children, ages 2, 4, 6 and 8. The children were usually very well-behaved in situations away from home. The mom tried to expose them to different places so they would know h... more
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