Stay connected across social distance and spiritually nurture yourself and your family with these resources.


Encouragement and helpful tips for parents.


Let your high schooler know the great things you see in them with these encouragement cards. We give you the prompts, all you have to do is add a few words of your own. Pack includes 3 sets of 8 unique cards. 24 cards total. Read More

5 Ways to Use Technology with Your Teenager

I’m not going to give you a bunch of statistics about how much we’re on our phones, tablets, and computers, because we already know it’s a lot—probably (definitely) too much. But here’s the deal—those numbers aren’t really changing. People (kids, teens, and adults) gravitate toward technology because technology makes life easier. I mean, isn’t that the whole point of it? Read More

Help, My Kid Is Really Mad at Me

With more family time than ever before, the likelihood of family conflict is high. And lovingly responding to your child who is mad at you—is hard. Being on the receiving end of your child’s seething anger can be exhausting. Read More

Helping Your Child Through Their First Broken Heart

Breakups are painful at any age, but there is something about the first breakup in the teenage years that is just extra-excruciating—and it isn’t just painful for the teenager! As an adult, sitting with a teenager who is feeling the sting of a recent breakup can feel so helpless. What should you say? What should you not say? Read More

Using a Feelings Wheel: Why it’s Helpful and How it Works

I know. You might be thinking, “What in the world is a Feelings Wheel, and what makes it practical for my everyday life?” A Feelings Wheel is a tool used to help recognize and communicate feelings. Although it may seem a bit extra, a Feelings Wheel is a way to work smarter, not harder, with teenagers when identifying and managing emotions. Read More


Parents, grandparents, and guardians often don’t give themselves enough credit for the remarkable job they are doing in raising kids to become good humans. Your parenting style might not be for everyone, and that’s okay. Our goal is to simply to cue you with what you need when you need it, so you can be the parent you want to be.


If you didn’t already know, we have access to a fantastic resource called RightNow Media, a Netflix-style website that offers a wide range of Christian content, including Bible studies, conferences and, most importantly, programming for kids.


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