God not only decrees ‘the end’, but ‘the means to the end’, and it is often the prayers of the saints that are the means which lead to salvation for their child’s soul. No greater responsibility lays before a parent than to pray on behalf of their child. Continue reading Praying Like Eliza Spurgeon
So, when we are unsure of what to do with what the world dishes up – should we or should we not trick-or-treat – how do we determine what the right answer is? Continue reading Trick or Treat: To Do or Not To Do?
Children need help identifying what they are feeling, why they are feeling it, and then figuring out what to do with it. So, we start by asking out children some basic questions about fear. Continue reading Teach Your Children to Fight Their Fears With One Good Question
Our children are “future adults” and we want to parent them for “future success”. How can we influence their ability to be successful in their relationships and chosen careers as they grow up? Continue reading How To Help Your Child Grow Up To Be A Successful Adult
don’t extroverts enjoy having people around all the time, have more energy and emotional capacity that would help them manage a child’s boundless exuberance and are able to navigate more swiftly the ever changing schedules of daily childhood schedules? Continue reading Extroverted Parents