Texting. Emails. Online chat. Video game interaction. Teenagers spend more time communicating digitally than they do face to face. How do parents teach teenagers how to have healthy relationships?
Most parents are working hard to raise great kids, but instead the goal should be to raise kids who become great adults. The key to this is teaching kids how to think.
On today's edition of Family Talk, Dr. Christopher Yuan and his mom Angela continue to share the amazing story of God's redemptive love that not only brought Christopher out of a life of homosexuality and drugs, but also healed Angela’s broken heart.
What would you do if your son or daughter came home from college to tell you that they’re gay? How would you respond?
What if he doesn’t eat enough? What if she’s not sleeping?
Sports. Church. Homework. Youth group. These days, parents are busier than ever trying to provide the best opportunities for their child.
Life is difficult. There are times in life that are more difficult that others.
Some say experience is the best teacher.
How does a drug-dealing homosexual in prison become a professor at Moody Bible Institute?
Some say experience is the best teacher, but the truth is that other people’s experience is the best teacher.
There is a lot of information floating around about learning disorders.
Oftentimes we see discipline and instruction as the costs of parenting, but actually they are our greatest opportunities.
Oftentimes we see discipline and instruction as the costs of parenting, but actually they are our greatest opportunities. Dr. Dobson interview the late Zig Ziglar about the effectiveness of positive parenting.
What do you do when your child is struggling with something destructive—something that will not only destroy him, but is having a devastating effect on your family?
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