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What emerging technologies should parents be aware of? Martin Spriggs, WELS chief technology officer, offers his insights.
Looking for tips on how to shape responsible behavior in your children? Sarah Reik offers her insights as a mom of four and a licensed professional counselor.
Are you concerned about who your child is choosing as a role model? Dan Nommensen shares his insights as a Christian counselor and father.
Looking for some new strategies to engage your children in worship services? Consider whether one of Lisa Uttech’s ideas may work for your family.
Check out the latest episode of Forward in Christ’s Heart to heart: Parent conversations: Have you considered volunteering as a family but hesitated to start? Linda Buxa shares her family’s philosophy on volunteering and the blessings she’s seen from their experiences.
Check out the latest episode of Forward in Christ’s Heart to heart: Parent conversations: Are you struggling with what to tell your children about this election? Ann Jahns, a Heart to heart contributor, shares her thoughts on how we can encourage our children to be Christian citizens.
Check out the latest episode of Forward in Christ’s Heart to heart: Parent conversations: How can we help our children build their self-worth on Christ’s love? Sarah Reik, a licensed professional counselor from WLCFS–Christian Family Solutions, shares her insights on this important topic.
Check out the latest episode of Forward in Christ’s Heart to heart: Parent conversations: How do you decide which extracurricular activities your child should join? What’s a parent’s role on the sidelines? Whitney Donovan, a licensed professional counselor at WLCFS-Christian Family Solutions, offers some great thoughts for parents to consider.
Check out the latest episode of Forward in Christ’s Heart to heart: Parent conversations: When a disaster strikes, what do you tell your children? In this episode of Heart to heart: Parent conversations, Sheryl Cowling, a licensed clinical social worker, gives parents insights into how to talk to children of all ages about traumatic events. Also check out Sheryl’s resources for Parenting tips to help kids cope and Scripture comfort in adversity.
Sarah Reik shares her view on “The three ‘mosts’ of motherhood” in this special Mother’s Day episode of Heart to heart: Parent conversations.
Heart to heart author Kerry Ognenoff discusses her family’s approach to training children how to handle money in a God-pleasing way.
Do you struggle with what to do or say when you and your children encounter those with special needs? Heart to heart author Wendy Heyn, who has a son with special needs, shares her tips.
In this episode of Forward in Christ’s Heart to heart: Parent conversations, hear about four important aspects of teaching respect to your children.
This episode of Forward in Christ’s Heart to heart: Parent conversations focuses on the little white lies that children–and their parents–often tell. Heart to heart author Jim Aderman shares insights into how these lies can be harmful for our relationship with God and with each other.
This episode of Forward in Christ’s Heart to heart: Parent conversations focuses on contentment. Heart to heart author Ann Jahns shares her insights into how we can nurture contentment in our children–and ourselves.
This episode of Forward in Christ’s Heart to heart: Parent conversations highlights a resource for helping your family become overwhelmingly thankful for its blessings. Heart to heart author Dan Nommensen shares his family’s experience with the devotional journal 364 Days of Thanksgiving.
This episode of Forward in Christ‘s Heart to heart: Parent conversations focuses on bullying, overprotective parenting, and discipline. Heart to heart authors Laurie Gauger-Hested, Pastor Jim Aderman, and Ann Jahns are joined by WLCFS-Christian Family Solutions counselor Sarah Reik.
This debut episode of Forward in Christ‘s Heart to heart: Parent conversations was taped live. Featured topics include how to incorporate faith into a family’s everyday life and dealing with jealousy.
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