Posted on July 17, 2023
by Rev. Jonathan Conner
This post is the first in a two part series: A Way to Think and a Work to Do; Processing and Responding to Bad News. School shootings. A war in Ukraine. Rumors of war between China and Taiwan. A drug overdose crisis in America. The news hasn’t been good lately. On the one hand, the […]
Posted on September 20, 2021
by Bethany Kuhlmann, DCE
Discussing sexuality and porn with your child can seem like a challenge. However, it’s better to help set a firm foundation in God’s truth for sexuality before they encounter porn than after they’ve been exposed. Use the six tips and resources below as a guide to talking with your child about porn.
Posted on May 7, 2020
by Toni Larson, LISW
High school students, especially seniors, are likely going to experience feelings of loss as they miss out on having a “normal” senior year. Things like homecoming, prom, graduation, year-end parties, award ceremonies, senior plays, sports competitions, state meets and even classes will all be different than what they had envisioned as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Posted on April 14, 2020
Lots of people are stuck at home these days due to COVID-19, and if you have a toddler, like me, you might be going a little bit crazy. The parks are closed. The zoo is closed. The children’s museum is closed. What are you to do with a rambunctious, stir-crazy toddler?
Posted on March 24, 2020
Are you one of the many mothers or fathers looking for ways to fill your child’s extra time at home with positive, Godly activities each day?
Posted on March 18, 2020
In a whirlwind of events, families are finding themselves quarantined at home with their children for an unknown period of time due to the threat of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Posted on December 6, 2019
The world focuses on exterior and surface beauty. The perfect hairstyle, outfit, skin, and particular body type. We see it on social media, the internet, and even walking through the halls of school. This isn’t true beauty.
Posted on September 23, 2019
Showing them that you are there is always worth the effort, and when they need you, they will come to you.