This is not a mean parents “list of rules”.. This is a loving parents way of training up a child in the way they should go (to succeed). Without learning to be responsible for themselves, you are setting them up for a GIANT slap in the face when they hit the real life (failure)..
I've been thinking about ways to get back to the basics of letting the Bible be the foundation for the discipline and training of our children. Here are some ways you can start using God's Word to correct in your family.
How can we use the moment to point our children to Christ? It's the question that most heavily weighs on my heart, too. I want my children to respond to authority and correction in a manner that would be pleasing to God. These 3 questions have helped us focus the moment on what really counts!
Raising a teenage daughter doesn’t have to be difficult! Connect with your teenage daughter by making sure she hears these encouraging words from you often. Navigating the teen (and tween!) years can be rough for girls. Their lives, bodies, and social circles are all changing at a rapid pace. Friendships that were easy in elementary …
How can we equip our children to navigate the waters of moral and biblical compromise in today's society. At the very foundation, our children need to know what is right and what is wrong; what is love and what is compromise.