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Kids bring their problems to parents. It’s what they do. Kids want solutions and parents have answers. Sometimes this is appropriate. A young child who wants to cut up an apple or a teenager who needs a ride home from an activity should receive help...

Parenting is hard work. Sometimes the days are long and you feel challenged at every turn. You may feel like you’re making no progress at all and your joy is fading. Hopelessness threatens to fill your heart. How can a parent keep moving forward, providing...

Every family needs rules. Of course, an overemphasis on rules can hinder or even eliminate a positive atmosphere around the home. But too many families have moved to the other extreme, trying to eliminate rules altogether. This often results in confused expectations, anger, and disappointment....

Getting things done around the house and yard is part of every parent’s agenda. We need to deal with food, clothes, cleaning, homework, hygiene, … and the list goes on and on. But is it possible to get jobs done without creating tension and frustration?...

As parents, we know activities done at a young age can impact our children’s life for many years to come. I, Elena Zwetsloot, can say from my own experience that, even though I grew up in a less than perfect family, one of the main...

Written and Submitted by Esme Ng What an interesting thought. Deal with anger at Easter time. After all, Jesus died to satisfy the justice, wrath, and holiness of God. And the resurrection is that victory celebration of his success. Esme Ng, our Christian psychologist created a...

Here's what happens during the training to become a Biblical Parenting Coach. You get a front row seat to watch God's grace work in a family....