Parenting

Mom talks to teen son.
Teenagers

How to Choose Peace Instead of Anger

A mom, in a heated moment, slows down and prays over a situation with her teenage son.

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The Today Show's Al Roker with his son, Nick
Special Needs Children

Al Roker on How Parenting a Child with Special Needs Inspires Him

The Today show weatherman and co-host shares the joys and lessons he's learned from his son, Nick.

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Nyon Smith
Adult Children

Life-Changing Advice from the Father He Hardly Knew

Nyon Smith shares how, on becoming a parent himself, he became closer to his own father, who tended to be career-focused when Nyon was growing up, and learned lessons on parenting from his dad.

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Mom talking to teen daughter
Teenagers

Teaching Honesty to a Teen

A parent enlists God’s help in teaching her teenage daughter to do the right thing.

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Keeping Kids Clean: Advice for Parents
Addiction and Recovery

Keeping Kids Clean: Advice for Parents

An expert from the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation offers tips on how parents can help keep their children happy, healthy—and safe.

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Photo from the interior of "Cozy Minimalist"
Emotional and Mental Health

Myquillyn Smith Shares Her Best Decluttering Tips

The blogger and decorating expert opens up about her journey to minimalism and how to declutter your home.

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Back to school
Parenting

A Back-to-School Prayer for Our Children

An important time to guide and protect our children as they begin a new school year.

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Linsey Davis with her son, Aydin
Books

ABC's Linsey Davis Discusses Her Children's Book

Listen as ABC's Linsey Davis shares what inspired her to write a children's book, The World Is Awake: A Celebration of Everyday Blessings, and what she hopes children who read the book take away from it. 

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How parenting changes us
Parenting

How Parenting Changes Us

As parents, we never stop growing and learning—no matter what age our children are.

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