Teenagers are being asked by the government to socially distance themselves from friends, meaning they are trapped at home with parents and siblings. Can you see the eye rolls? How many parents are quoting the proverbial? If you keep
Sometimes prayer feels elusive or uncertain leaving us unsure of where to begin or what to say. Parents and ministry leaders alike can struggle in regards to prayer, so we asked Jeremy Lee, Founder and Owner of Ministry to Parents
HOW TO TALK TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT FEARS & THE CORONAVIRUS YOU’VE GOT THIS Most nights, our family gathers together for family time. Some nights we shoot baskets on the Over the Door basketball hoop. Other times we talk about
Because prayer involves asking human beings to interact with a supernatural being, it sometimes feels confusing, ambiguous, and elusive. This month, Ministry to Parents focuses on simple and helpful tools for praying. Today’s guest post is by Dr. Ed Laymance,
Many parents don’t know how to pray. Others are afraid they may get it wrong. They become overwhelmed, anxiety creeps in, and they freeze. A solution is to start small and take one step at a time. This month,
This month, Ministry to Parents’ focuses on Leaders Encouraging Parents through Technology. We asked, Tony Bianco, speaker, and creator of the Family Technology Plan and Keeping Up with Technology, to share with us 3 mistakes ministry leaders make with technology.