Reaching young parents and their children

How many churches today lament that they have no children or youth in their aging congregation? Sadly, in my small community this is all too common a problem. Recently, however, I discovered two resources that made my eyes light up … Continue reading

God’s Word is Descriptive and Instructive

Are you a strict disciplinarian, lenient disciplinarian, or a mix of both? Do you fully understand the concept of “spare the rod, spoil the child” (Prov 13:24)? According to biblical wisdom, the greatest love we show our children is when … Continue reading

Your Child’s Personality and Reading

Hello from Karen! I enjoy children and their unique personalities. so let’s talk about how temperament relates to reading styles and habits. Our personality influences how we approach life and tasks. Understanding your child’s personality may help you know how … Continue reading

Nobody likes me

What parent hasn’t heard these words coming from one of their children at one time or another? Maybe you’ve said them yourself at one time or another. When those thoughts come to mind or when we hear others express them, … Continue reading

Make Reading A Family Adventure

Farmers and gardeners know you cannot make a plant grow. . . the plant grows itself. What you can do is provide the conditions for growth. (Creating the Conditions for Student Motivation, Ferlazzo) … Continue reading