Intentional Parenting

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    Dads, Take Your Kids to Church

    I still remember when Papa Johns came to my hometown. Man, I loved their pizza. Still do. And I loved that it became the pizza of choice for my church’s youth group… But counting on pizza for the success of…

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    Yes, I Was a Hot Mess Before the Coronavirus

    Before the coronavirus hit the nation, I was a hot mess momma. The pandemic pushed this mess into high-alert. “I’m just a hot mess,” said one mother. Her eyes were swelled with tears looking over the toys scattered over the…

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    Poll Shows Teens More Plugged In Than Parents Realize

    Few parents feel more distressed and besieged by the course of today’s society than those whose faith in God is at the core of their family life. More than ever, the shiny toys and empty pleasures of modern culture have…

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    5 Tips to Get Late Talkers to Start Talking

    Kids are to be heard, seen and felt. But not all kids are able to express themselves early enough, even when they have a reasonably good grasp of the language. Some late talkers struggle with cognitive and social development when…

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    Keep Your Kids Home on Transgender Propaganda Day This Thursday!

    Do you want your child to be psychologically manipulated at school on Thursday? Might be a good day for a Mommy Date at the museum! The anti-Christian Human Rights Campaign and their pals at the powerful National Education Association are…

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    How Can Traditional Teaching Be Substituted With Virtual Learning?

    Two decades ago, virtual learning was seen as a pipe dream. Most education stakeholders couldn’t imagine a world where students could learn without having to step into a physical classroom. After successful experimentation, however, it is now clear to everyone…

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    Don’t Leave Kids to Their Own Devices

    The stats are sobering. According to the American Psychological Association, the average age of a child’s first exposure to pornography is 13-years-old, with some seeing it as young as five. According to another survey, 42 percent of children have been…

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    The True Dangers of Sexting | Tweens and Teens

    This is a new age. Sexual material is nothing new. Magazines, photographs and videos litter society. And yet, modern technology and smartphones made sexually explicit material more accessible, powerful and teens are on the hook. Ninety-five percent of teens have…

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    Why Are Mothers So Hard on Each Other?

    It was years ago now, but I recall this incident like it was yesterday (funny how that happens). A mom I knew in town had come over to pick up her son at our house after a playdate. Our six-year-old…

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    3 things I’m teaching my son about peer pressure

    Scripture tells us that life is like a “mist” – here today and gone tomorrow – but nothing captures this like childrearing. My oldest son is now nine, but it seems just yesterday he was saying his first sentence (“I…

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