It’s good for kids to be able to recognize various forms of bullying. This helps them call it out, as well as have more of a conscience about whether they are actually condoning or participating in it themselves.
“I don’t believe there’s a loving God,” Josh said with all sincerity. Some may think this is an exaggerated statement, but for many it’s real.
You can prepare kids to trust God’s faithfulness regardless of the challenges they face by teaching them about “God Sightings.”
Brother Alex Twum, West & Central Africa Regional Director, shares how through answered prayers and perseverance the Lord has re-established the work in Cape Verde.
When kids see someone with a disability, their curiosity tends to cause them to look a little too long. Then when caught looking by the person with a disability, the knee jerk response is to look away! Here are three ways you can help kids feel comfortable with those affected by disabilities.
Losing a loved one is so hard. Death is very sad, and it makes God sad too. He wants to help you and your children through such difficult times
It’s part of human nature to push against the rules placed on us. But healthy, God-honoring rules actually keep peace and promote happiness
This edition of Impact shares testimonies of men, women, and children who sacrifice for the sake of the Gospel and make the most of God-given opportunities to be bold witnesses for Him.
Have you ever felt like it’s impossible to keep the peace between your kids? One minute things are going fine and the next they’re at war! The most important skill to learn in resolving conflict is what to do with that angry feeling.