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The Benefits of Conversational Parenting

I’ve tried nearly every parenting method on the market. Sometimes I’ve felt elated that I grew my children Jesus’ way. Other times I worried that I didn’t discipline correctly. I’ve been stern. I’ve been lax. I’ve wavered. I’ve showered with love. But none of those methods captured my children’s hearts or me quite so much […]

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No More Fishbowl Parenting: Prepare Your Kids for the Ocean!

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It seems it’s become the job of parents to protect children from the world, insulating them from its negative influence. But does over-protection serve our children? Granted, it is our job to provide haven-like homes—the kind a child is wildly enthusiastic about returning to. We should be wary of strangers. We should preserve our children’s […]

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