"Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it" (Proverbs 22:6).

Raising a child can be a daunting and, at times, completely overwhelming task. Why not approach it with the help of the world's greatest repository of wisdom—the Bible?

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What brings you joy and lasting satisfaction?

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Back to School Tools

The summer days are coming to an end and soon children will be walking down school hallways, seeing old friends, and meeting new teachers. Back to school preparation is seen as a way to help children have the tools they need to be successful during the school year. With the right tools and supplies they will be ready to take on any challenge their teacher may offer in the form of instruction. As parents we want our children to be successful, we want them to have everything they may need for another productive school year.

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Abortion: The Right Choice?

We hear a lot about abortion these days. It seems like discussions on the right to choose are everywhere. Those in favor of abortion are called "pro-choice."

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Specks and Planks

Lately, I have been getting annoyed with others. Well, I should say, as a human, I often find myself annoyed with others. The recent change, though, is my immediate thought after I feel the sense of irritation or anger: Do I do that, too?

Posted April 17, 2013 | 1 comments
A blog post by Katherine Rowland
Sacrificing Our Children

I recently researched the importance of touch in childhood development. I was surprised to find that many of the symptoms linked to a lack of touch are increasing in many countries. It’s especially happening in the United States.

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Children Need Both a Father and Mother
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Getting out of Debt: Teaching our Children

Every parent wants their child to have a healthy financial future.  Telling a child about the difficulties that debt will bring into their life may not make as great an impact as teaching the child through example.  At times parents can say one thing, but teach another through their own actions.

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