Evaluating Your Child’s Screen Time

Posted by Christian Woman Staff on April 23, 2017 in Christian Living | 0 Comment

We hear a lot about the hazard of excessive screen these days. For ourselves. For our kids. The American Academy of Pediatrics refined its recommendations for children’s screen time last October. For babies below the age of 18 months, the …

Charitable Kids: How to Teach Your Children To Put Others First

Posted by Hannah Whittenly on April 6, 2017 in Christian Living | 0 Comment

Giving is an important part of a healthy spirit, which is why we want our children to be generous. We want them to share their toys with siblings, to save a piece of candy for a friend, and when they …

How to Raise Godly Children

Posted by Christian Womanmag on March 30, 2017 in Christian Living | 0 Comment

Christian parents face just as many obstacles as non-Christians in raising kids. When you add all the distractions and the pressures in today’s world, Christian parenting becomes even more than a challenge. A huge part of that challenge is passing …

How to create a healthy home

Posted by Christian Woman Staff on February 14, 2017 in Christian Living | 0 Comment

Creating a healthy, peaceful home is something we are all looking for. Having a place where our children can feel safe as they learn and grow is something we strive for. Not perfect homes, but healthy homes. Brian and Bobbie …

Why we need our dads more than ever

Posted by Matt Danswan on February 7, 2017 in Featured | 0 Comment

Just last August I lost my dad to cancer. It was a horrendous time for me and my family. My Dad was diagnosed by the oncologist on a Thursday, and dead within 17 days. It all happened so quickly that …

The one key way to keep your family close

Posted by Matt Danswan on January 30, 2017 in Busy | 0 Comment

I am not a parenting expert, and really I rely on God as to the steps I need to take with my children on a daily basis to help them grow into all they can be. But there is one …

Just a stay at home mom?

This is a very sensitive issue for me. I literally dread meeting new people that eventually ask me, “So, what do you do?”  My stomach squeezes, my heart starts pounding, and my pride cramps and twitches with convulsions. I really …

Who’s in control anyway?

Have you ever been jokingly, or not so jokingly labeled a “control freak” by family, friends, or even secretly by your own self? I have, by all the above! Maybe it is my compulsion to always be the driver when …

Half and half…

I walked towards the gate of Sunny’s new school this morning, behind the bars was an enclosed area for children to sit. My eyes found four children in wheelchairs. One little boy dangled bare feet from his chair, while another …