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Parenting in our global reality

Just 4 months after the attacks in Paris comes news of an attack at the airport and metro station in Brussels. Back in 2001, the terrorist attack on the U.S. seemed surreal. I was at a playground with my 4 year old, enjoying the late summer sunshine, visiting with my mom and my sister. We weren’t as digitally connected as we are…

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Share your love for crafts

Crafts are still fun for kids, even in this day of electronic entertainment. Here’s a fun, inexpensive idea for a handmade valentine gift that comes together quick and easy, and can also help you teach your kids a skill: how to do a simple stitch with a needle and thread. A mom-friend passed on this link for a Valentine’s Day craft.…

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Lead well at home

Good leaders lead their families well. How can families, specifically kids, thrive in the calling God has placed on our lives?

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Patient parenting

Patient parenting is a foundational characteristic in modeling the 1 Corinthians 13 parenting style.

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Motherhood myths

Myths such as “mothering is natural, easy, and instinctive” cause moms to feel like failures if they have questions or apprehensions in raising their kids.

Carmen LaBerge

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