You want to train your teen to have thoughtful conversations on difficult cultural topics. One marked by compassion and kindness. Overturning Roe v. Wade is the result of a nearly 50-year effort committed to a singular outcome – protecting the lives of preborn humans. Without debate, this decision will carry profound political, social, and personal … Continue reading Roe Finally Did Go. Now, How Can Teens Have Conversations about Abortion and Pro-Life Topics?
Category: Tough Conversations
When Someone Has “Different Pronouns”: Explaining LGBT Pronoun Usage to our Kids
by Focus on the Family Learn how to address and answer your child’s questions about LGBT pronoun usage. Then, cultivate healthy conversations about how to equip your children to communicate using love, care, and compassion. “Alright class. Today we’re going to introduce ourselves. Start with your name, your favorite color, if you have any pets, … Continue reading When Someone Has “Different Pronouns”: Explaining LGBT Pronoun Usage to our Kids
Understanding the Myths of Gender Identity and Transgenderism
By Glenn T. Stanton Male and female are not what we feel we are, but what we actually are. Help your kids sort the truth from fiction regarding transgenderism because transgenderism doesn't physically exist. Your child comes home from school one day, and you ask how the day went. However, you weren’t expecting a discussion … Continue reading Understanding the Myths of Gender Identity and Transgenderism
HOW TO TALK TO KIDS ABOUT DIVORCE AND MARITAL AFFAIRS
BY CAROL CUPPY A marital affair can be devastating to a family. There is no one easy answer for talking to your kids, as every child and situation is different. If you are facing this situation in your family, here are seven tips for talking to your kids after any sort of marital crisis has … Continue reading HOW TO TALK TO KIDS ABOUT DIVORCE AND MARITAL AFFAIRS
Forget “The Talk,” Mama Bears. It’s all about Discipleship
by Amy Davison Photo by Dick Scholten from Pexels A few weeks back, our Facebook page had a flurry of comments suggesting great sources to use when you have “the talk” with your kiddos. (And our executive director, Lindsey, just had this exact conversation with her oldest girls, so trust us when we at Team … Continue reading Forget “The Talk,” Mama Bears. It’s all about Discipleship
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