Here's why telling your child how to feel is a disaster waiting to happen.
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Men, are you living and taking care of your family the way Jesus commanded?
What do you do to shield your children from what they see on television?
Won't you take this challenge? You'll be glad you did.
Here's why it's your job as a parent to teach your children what examples they should emulate.
Most parents want to spend quality time with their children. If you're stumped, here are a few suggestions.
Here's a heartwarming story of the death of one man's father changed his entire thinking about how to be a dad.
Men, our families would rather "see" a sermon than "hear" one. Are you living up to your family responsibilities?
The fruit of your parenting labor may not be easily seen as it once was. Here are some tips to help you navigate your child's teen years.
Father's Day is coming and our national church response will be predictable. Or will it?
If what you're doing is not working with your children, maybe you should try these three suggestions.
Do these five things and you'll be as good as gold with your family.
In his book Be a Better Dad Today, author Gregory Slayton gives 10 tools for being a better father.
Dad, if you're able to say this and then deliver, it will endear your daughter to you more than you can fathom.
As much as we are tempted by our flesh to do so, we should not let these things come out of our mouths when speaking to our children. If you've done these, go back and apologize immediately.
What is one thing you can do this week to remove pride from your life?
Before you become inclined to ban technology from your home and life, check this out.
Are you willing to plant the seeds of love with your spouse this summer? Here's four suggestions on how to create memories that will last a lifetime.
How do we raise fiery fighters for Christ? It certainly doesn't happen by accident, as Pastor Mike Curtis tells us in the first of a two-part series.
Here's why men need strong friendships with other men, and here's how to go about finding some.