You do want her to be safe. But it’s difficult to protect your child against danger if she doesn’t know she needs protecting. Dangers used to be tangible. Visible. Identifiable. Not anymore. Now they lurk in your child’s pocket.
Here are some ways to start some safe usage of that new smartphone.
Insecurity is a dirty word. So, let's talk about uncertainties. We all have them, don't we? Are we pretty enough? Do our significant others love us well? Are we smart? Get livin'. Get certain. Happy readin'!
New York Times best-selling author and Bible teacher Priscilla Shirer sits down to talk with ChristianHeadlines.com about what is now her 2nd movie with the Kendrick brothers. She addresses her acting role in Overcomer, and what impressed her as the central themes of the film that she hopes viewers will come away with.
Forget Jan. 1. Parents know the real new year begins when school starts! Even if you don’t have kids in school, the end of summer and the beginning of fall is a great time to reassess, realign, hit the restart button and make resolutions that will help carry your family through the school year.
Summertime patriotic holidays—Memorial Day, Flag Day and July the Fourth—provide a natural opportunity to teach children flag etiquette. Even young children can be taught that our flag is special, and we treat it with respect.
This wife had some very special news to share with her husband. Disguised as a blind taste test, she hands different foods for her husband to try. And when she gets to the last jar…guess what kind of jar it was! This might be the cutest pregnancy announcement ever!