Monthly Archives: January 2013

How to Know When to Move in Together According to Research

We often assume living together can help us avoid making a mistake that could lead to a painful divorce. But is that assumption correct? How should a follower of Jesus Christ view the living together option?

How Do I Discipline My Children? (Three Practices That Lead to Better Behavior and Relationships)

The primary purpose of discipline is to consistently direct your child toward better relationships. Three key practices can help lead not only to better behavior but also better relationships inside and outside your family.

Three Steps Parents Can Take to Deal with Your Difficult Teenage Son or Daughter

Watching your teen continue to make bad choices can leave you torn between wanting them to just learn the hard way and being afraid of what they might do in a moment of irresponsibility. What steps can you take now to best help your child?

How to Find (and Be) a Good Dude Mentor

We become like those we spend time with. That’s why mentor relationships are important for every man. Here’s how to find another guy to invest in you or find yourself ready to pour into the life of someone else.

You’re Not Done Yet: How to Be The World’s Best Grandpa

Grandfathers hold a unique and exalted position when it comes to the process of spiritual formation in the next generation. Other than mom and dad no one else carries the stature or inherent authority in the lives of children. In fact, not even mom or dad can fill the role we fill.

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