In her new book, Holding On When You Want to Let Go, Sheila Walsh talks openly about how she continues to hold on to hope each day.
"Why?" they ask. "Why has my kid done this, become so bad, ruined our family?"
They maybe future men but young boys need help from their moms as well.
You see, God has given us the authority to tell the oppressor to get behind us.
Those in our own household are the most immediate and consistent people we lead, and the way we parent is rapidly evolving.
It's not doubt that is toxic to faith—it's silence.
It takes a godly battle plan to make it.
Amid dysfunctional or absent relationships in your life, know belonging to the family of God surpasses all other earthly experiences.
While we cannot protect our children from all harm, we can teach them where to run when trouble comes.
Do you see God as your Abba?
This "Lion King" theme echoes throughout history, but there is hope.
The world is yet to see what God can and will do with men who are fully consecrated to Him.
"What a man does in life becomes history, but what he puts into motion becomes his legacy," Paul Cole explains.
And it's the mission of the Children's Prayer Covenant.
They're not merely important but of absolute necessity for building a good and godly legacy that lasts.
Jesus wants to invade your parenting style and home with His love, presence and wisdom.
If we persist and persevere as moms, we'll cross the finish line and receive Jesus' words: "Well done."
Children learn from their parents and rise in the Lord as end-times warriors.
It is not an irrelevant distraction.
Parents can play a key role in connecting with their children and helping them feel safe and calm.