God loves our children even more than we do, and it’s a powerful thing to lift them up to Him in prayer. This week on our parenting blog, we’ve shared eight Scriptures you can pray over your children today: parentingpathway.org
One of the best things about being part of a community with other parents is learning how they approach similar problems. Let’s face it, there are not a lot new parenting challenges under the sun, but there are many approaches to head them off or tackle them. As we wrap up our back-to-school series, we thought it might be fun and helpful to ask our Parenting Pathway Advisory Team to share some of their favorite time-saving, kid-pleasing and sanity-saving parenting hacks with us.
Read on and be encouraged by this reminder to rest from our Parenting Pathway blog at parentingpathway.org.
Are your kids nervous about the new school year? Find five tips for helping your child overcome back-to-school anxiety, plus a free printable of encouraging notes you can stick in your child’s backpack or lunchbox, on our Parenting Pathway blog today!: parentingpathway.org
Here in North Texas, we are in the waning days of our summer vacation. In three-ish weeks, our kids will be heading back to school or kick off their homeschool programs. As a parent near the end of summer, you are in one of two camps: 1) You have done everything “summer” you can do and are ready to bring the rhythm of a regular schedule back, or 2) You are so enjoying summer that you want it to last for months. Either way, making an effort to share a few final moments with your spouse and family this summer can put a bow on the season and provide moments you will want to remember for a lifetime. Here are some ideas for you and your spouse, and for the whole family.
Infertility is one of the toughest seasons a woman can endure. If you are longing to be a mother and facing infertility, you dream of the day you will hold your own child in your arms, and yet they are empty. And it seems at every turn there is another reminder of what you do …
“SHOTGUN!!!” When you hear that, do you cringe waiting for the battle over who said it first, who rode shotgun last time, and whose turn it should be this time? If you are raising more than one child, I am sure you have had to step into more than one sibling battle and navigate your fair share of sibling rivalry. While there is no perfect sibling relationship, sibling harmony is the ultimate goal. This week, we are sharing tips to help you tackle sibling rivalry in your home.
Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come. (2 Corinthians 5:17, NIV) Because Christ lives, new life is ours when we believe in Him. Not only are we made new when we come to faith—we get to experience new mercies every morning! …
If you have been paying attention at all in the last few years, you are well aware of the racial tension in our country. Talking with your kids about racism is the very first step in creating change in our society.