When Author Suzanne Holland’s children were young she did the best she could with the information and tools that she had at the time. She did many things right, but she also believes she made a lot of mistakes. Her nest is empty now, and when her younger son moved out last year, she did some soul searching and came up with a few things she would do differently, and some resolutions going forward. She’d like to share those regrets of the empty nest with you on today’s Biblical Counseling for Women blog post.Read More
The dangers of teen sexual activity remains an epidemic that is ignored, and it is literally killing our kids. There are significant dangers that our teen boys and girls are exposing themselves to even with so-called “safe sex” practices. It is a fact that when kids engage in sexual activity they expose themselves to physical harm.Read More
The decision to work outside the home or to stay at home as a wife and mother is an intensely personal one. We live in an age when women have unlimited opportunities for a career choice, and are no longer bound to the home in high heels and pearls as in the 1950’s. This has been a tremendous blessing for some women, and not so much for others. Like many of you I grew up in the 60’s and 70’s, the time in American history when women believed they were being liberated from the “shackles” of role models like...Read More
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day and while it is going to be a day of celebration and family fun for many of you, for others it will be a day of sorrow and loneliness. It is the first of several difficult holidays to come, and you dread it. Holidays can be very hard when there are broken relationships among family members. Whether it is spouses battling with each other or children estranged from their parents, what would otherwise be a day of food and festivities will be full of heartache and sorrow. There are no easy answers here. I have...Read More
Even if your teen is unregenerate you should still teach, rebuke, correct, and train
in righteousness at the heart level (2 Tim 3:16). Change your goals! Rather than making the goal turning out a smart, achiever who goes to college make it your goal to disciple your kids hearts. Teach them what it means to glorify God by how they live their lives and make that your overriding goal too. Everything in your family should be centered around loving God, glorifying God, and loving others, serving others because that glorifies God.
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