Category Archives: Family

Should You Make Your Kids Go To Church?

Should you make your kids go to church? This is a question many parents and people who work with youth constantly ask. There are not easy answers and there can be fear with either answer of yes or no. This … Continue reading

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Device Free Meals

Check out this funny video with tips, tools, and activities for device free meals at home all from Common Sense Media https://d1pmarobgdhgjx.cloudfront.net/psa/CSMACFW01H_Cat_Filter_30_WEB.mp4

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Why More Us Teens Are Suffering From Severe Anxiety Than Ever Before and How Parents Can Help

Here is an important article from ACJ.com sharing about rises in teen anxiety and how parents can help Nearly one-third of American adolescents and adults are affected by anxiety, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. It’s the most common … Continue reading

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How to Talk To Children About Shootings: An Age-By-Age Guide

Our hearts our broken by the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas. Here is a helpful article that can help you as parents discern how best to process this tragedy with your children. You can find the article online here.  … Continue reading

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Teens Are Putting Off Traditional Markers of Adulthood

Here is an article from The Washington Post about teens putting off traditional markers of adulthood. When 17-year-old Quattro Musser hangs out with friends, they don’t drink beer or cruise around in cars with their dates. Rather, they stick to … Continue reading

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Why We Make Our Kids Do Chores

Here is any article from Parent Cue WHY WE MAKE OUR KIDS DO CHORES Posted by Sarah Anderson | Blog, Imagine The End, Life Skills | 1  | I’ve never been a big fan of January 1st. Too much pressure to set a goal or make a resolution, … Continue reading

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Back To School – How To Avoid Over Scheduling Your Kid

Here is an article from Kelly-Jane Carter at USA Today on how to avoid over scheduling your kid as a new school year begins So you’ve agreed to let your child play hockey, run cross-country, join the swim team, learn … Continue reading

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Why We Need To Talk About Race With Our Kids

  YOUR CUE Create a safe space at home to foster conversations about race with your children in a kid-friendly way. Ensure your relationships model an appreciation for diversity. Expose your children to various cultures through diverse toys, books, and … Continue reading

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“I Don’t Believe In Anything Anymore”

Share: “I don’t believe in anything anymore”: How to respond when young people doubt God Brad M. Griffin Photo by Matt Cannon “I don’t believe in anything anymore. Christians are all such fakes.” These were the words her 17-year-old son … Continue reading

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Is Social Media Causing Depression in Teens

Here is an important and meaningful video shared by ABC News addressing the relationship between social media, mental health and depression. Watch Video Here

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