Discipling Children from Trauma Backgrounds
Compiled by Jenny Riddle, with contributions from Traci Newell and Mark Sly When children enter homes from traumatic backgrounds, their lives have already been shaped by circumstances that make brokenness
Celebrate Father’s Day
God’s Word is clear about the influence and value of a father in the life of a child. We are grateful for all dads, including biological, adoptive, and foster dads.
Too Much Togetherness?
We are all spending A LOT of time together now. Is your family struggling with “too much togetherness?” Whitney White, a family counselor, discusses togetherness, its effects, and how we
Response to the Unexpected: Siblings
Mutual hardship can bring either disharmony or unity. Alexandre Dumas in “The Three Musketeers” wrote, “All for one and one for all, united we stand divided we fall.”
Response to the Unexpected: Parenting
Although sheltering in place can bring many positive opportunities to our homes, the unpredictability and stress of the situation can caused unexpected challenges. Your child’s behavior may have regressed due
Response to the Unexpected: Behaviors
In Birmingham, Ala., spring is in the air (and so is coronavirus disease 2019). Our daffodils are blooming, the azaleas are budding. It is the time of year we