Parenting

In Praise of Long-Haul Love

  EDITOR’S NOTE: …Renée told me, “I first contemplated long-haul love when my first daughter was a toddler. Our first three children are grown and married with children of their own, and our two youngest children now are teenagers. My husband and I are reaping the rewards of grandchildren and facing the storms of guiding […]

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A Parent’s Lesson in Gift Giving

As a parent of three children, my desires are to give my kids the best of everything, materials and non-materials.  A lot of times, I wonder, how much is too much and what are their little minds thinking about these gifts?  Often, I find myself swinging to the other side of the spectrum and not give them any gifts. […]

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Help Children Change Their Hearts

This article changed the way I communicated to my kids when they do something wrong.  My initial reaction to them when they did something wrong was to show frustration and with a stern voice I would disciplined them. I got tired of reacting like this because I felt that this was not very God honoring and it does not reshape their […]

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Parenting Tip

“Mom, Chico did this…” “Mom, Mei did this…” Mom,…” “Mom,…” With three kids so close in age, I’m faced with daily bickering amongst the kids and power struggles when it comes to the area of obedience. While looking at some parenting tips, I came across this parenting tip from http://www.biblicalparenting.org/that gives me some ideas on […]

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