To start you off, we'd love to give you the first episode of our popular children's audio series along with a family discussion and activity guide. This episode will help you teach your children about honesty.
Then we invite you to check out our latest posts that will help you teach your children the values and character traits that will help them find happiness and success in life.
When it comes to raising teenagers, many parents establish a lot of rules and are constantly on the lookout for misbehavior or rebellion. However, nurturing a close relationship with your child could be a better solution.
I love that this book gave me a greater sense of hope for myself and a deeper respect for my son. Often what I’m reaching for in a parenting book is a greater handle on myself and concrete principles to help me nurture my children. This book provides both.
As my kids get older, I’m realizing that the solution to healthy eating AND sanity lies in one place: my kids need to learn to cook.
In this week’s Radio Show, April and Saren share simple tried-and-true ideas for making gratitude and optimism a more prevalent part of our lives and our children’s lives.
This book of “12 Essential Skills to be Confident and Classy in a Crazy World,” inspired this highschooler to look at life with a new lens. Enjoy this review from her perspective as a mother-in training.
Today’s unique confluence of circumstances—a tough economy, increasingly competitive college market, expanding networks and shifts in technology— has created a culture much different than the one we grew up in. How do we help our children create their own success—instead of depending on a strong economy to carry them?
Prepare your children for the tricks of potential abusers and abductors with these three strategies: teach, ask questions, and practice.
Instead of telling our boys to toughen up, we can show them how to be mentally tough and still emotionally tender. I want to teach my son to battle sadness, hurt, disappointment, fear with strength, not denial. I want my son to be confident, not calloused.
What if paying attention to our children’s technological obsessions could give us insight into their needs? Author Amanda Hamilton Roos explores this idea in this thought-provoking post.
It’s happened to all of us, but somehow it’s so much more painful when it happens to our kids! What do you do when your child comes home in tears because of mean kids? Here are some insights to help your child feel tough when the bullies get rough.