Between sheltering-in-place, online learning and time away from friends, many children will need a little extra support as they head back to school this fall. Here are some tips to help you emotionally prepare your children to return to school with confidence, optimism and excitement.
I’m sure you're aware of the ways you and your husband differ in your background and personalities. You may also have different ideas about how to spend your evenings, what kinds of movies you each prefer, etc. But when you add to the mix their uniquely male qualities, it surely makes the case that your husband is from a different world than you are!
There will be emotional meltdowns, communication faux paus and plain old mistakes in your marriage - so you need to be good at recovering, recuperating and reconnecting. Consider these ten ways to mend the fence after a marital meltdown.
A young mom dies after giving birth to twins and doctors are saying it is because of COVID-19. Yet, her husband is inspiring so many with his unwavering faith by trusting God’s plan, even in the face of such a horrible tragedy.
Lamont Thomas spent years fostering children - 30 kids over 15 years to be exact! But when the last foster moved out of the house, Lamont could not end it there. So even after he decided to stop fostering, he still wanted to help others - so he made an amazing change!
Learning shouldn’t stop just because school is out. In fact, stepping too far away from the books can result in a learning loss. However, research has shown that encouraging kids to read just six books, or 20 minutes a day, over the summer can help prevent the summer slide.
As women, we grow up dreaming about whom we’ll someday marry. We watch countless romantic movies and read fairy tales about Prince Charming. Often when our interests are sparked and feelings are flowing, we can get swept away and even lose sight of what is true.
But God can give guidance or even some red flags of those to be aware of along the way.