I hope everyone is having a great Holiday Season.
It is incredible to me how fast this year flew by. As the year comes to a close, I wanted to share with you my Top Parenting Posts for 2015. These are the articles our readers found most helpful.
This post continues to resinate with parents year after year. In this article, we outline the three problem areas in America’s Youth Culture. What our teens are struggling through may just surprise you.
This podcast was originally aired in 2012 and was consistently one of the most viewed posts this year. I had the privilege to interview Chuck Bentley. Together we discuss why it is important to begin discussing finances with your children early on in their life.
Many parents naively think that if their kids are in a youth group that they can “relax.” This may be true for some. However, often enough parents may be unaware of just how ineffective a youth group may be. This posts provides you with warning signs.
Is it possible that you are giving your teen too much freedom? This is a question every parent must honestly answer. The answer to this question may change the way you parent your teen.
We rarely discuss what an appropriate diet looks like for your teen. However, when we did, it was a hit. Maybe we should discuss this topic some more. For 2015, you found our interview with Dr. Jean Lawrence to be the fifth most helpful post and the second most listened to podcast.
Is your teen struggling with insecurity? Believe it or not, even the most confident teen may be struggling with insecurity. This article provides practical insight into what you can do to help your teen overcome insecurity.
Today’s teen has a struggle with today’s culture. Many may not even be aware of the struggle. This article provides insight into what your teen may be facing.
The Internet is sanctioning our lives. Is this a good thing? I had the privilege of interviewing Craig Gross, Founder of iparent.tv. His advice on how to protect your family from the Internet is valuable to even the most tech savvy of parents.
Today’s culture goes to great lengths to convince your teen that Christianity is a joke. This article will provide you with tips on how your teen can defend the faith.
Anhedonia is a word that many parents don’t understand. In today’s media saturated culture, it is incumbent upon godly parents to understand the effects media stimuli has on our teens. While this article is only the tip of the iceberg, it is an effective introduction to anhedonia and its effects on teens.
Conversation starter: What post from 2015 did you find most helpful for your family?