Parenting Your Kids
Your Teaching More Than Manners
As a kid, were you constantly being reminded by your parents to employ good manners? If you have children, chances are you're trying to teach them manners as well. There's a sense of intention around instilling the habit of saying please and thank you, excuse me, I'm sorry, and the like. Paradoxically, it's often the things that we're unintentionally teaching and modeling for our kids that they pick up on the most. (If you've ever let a curse word slip out around your little ones, you'll know what we're talking about.)
 
With that in mind, what are your children learning from the interactions between you and your spouse? As you model good manners with each other, what are the deeper lessons behind the words? Here are some examples...
Got kids in sports? Here's how to guard your witness
Booing. Shouting. Finger-pointing. Adults getting up in one another's faces, arguing against a call.

All this I have seen—in an elementary school gym. In a Christian school, no less...
Prioritizing Marriage
Sixty Degrees guest speaker Ted Cunningham in session three discusses how couples should eradicate the kids centered home! Find out what he means in his video teaching.
Discipline and Trust Go Hand in Hand
The goal of every parent must be for their household to become a safe-haven to talk about anything and everything, as you move from strict discipline to trust. Trust is the tool that, ironically, gives your children the confidence to also trust in you as a parent.
Screen Kids Book
In this digital age, children spend more time interacting with screens and less time playing outside, reading a book, or interacting with family. Though technology has its benefits, it also has its harms. 
 
In Screen Kids Gary Chapman and Arlene Pellicane will empower you with the tools you need to make positive changes.
Raising Kids in a Tech World
How can parents raise kids well in today's tech-driven world? Arlene Pellicane addresses when a kid needs a phone, what skills they need, digital Sabbaths and more.
Expectations Over Explanations
Parents let's talk Expectations over Explanations
Growing Your Kids in Their Prayer Life
An idea and suggestion to help your kids grow in their prayer life.
Communicating With Your Teen
As you try to communicate with your teen give consideration to the wisdom shared in Probverbs 15:1 regarding soft words vs. harsh words.
Conflict With Your Kids
Parents, do your kids ever get angry? How can you respond?
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