You probably think your teens go through temptations worse than you had. And your parents thought that the trials you experienced as a teenager were worse than what they had to deal with. Whether things are worse now than they were before, here are some practical tips for raising teenagers that every Christian home can put into practice regardless of the generation.
Mark Gregston--speaker, author, and director of one of America's leading Christian residential treatment facilities for troubled teens--pours the wisdom of his experience with kids in crisis into a daily devotional. Based on Gregston's nationally syndicated daily radio feature and weekly broadcast, this invaluable resource for parents helps them maintain a biblical perspective as they face some of life's most heart-wrenching challenges. Readers will find assurance and guidance as they wrestle with questions like these:.
It is a gift to all of us who want to enjoy the incredible process of watching our children become respectful, responsible and resilient adults. The real world doesn't operate on punishment. It operates on consequences.
We all know, raising teens is truly challenging. But raising christian teenswho remain strong in their faith during these difficult years, often feels like you against the world. Our prayers during this time can be powerful, but our parenting has to be as well.
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What should you do if your teenager is totally rebellious? That was the question one AGW follower recently asked us on Twitter. So in this video and article I will try to share what I remember feeling when I was in that season.
What does it look like for me to remind someone that we can trust the Author who is good and faithful? This article is excerpted from an interview with Peter Hastie of the Australian Presbyterian, June But this goal focuses simply on getting yourself through a difficult time.
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Hannah Seymour, author of The College Girls Survival Guide, reveals what she has learned from years of running a Christian advice blog for teenage girls. She explains how to share stories with teens about your own mistakes and how to encourage them to make the right kinds of friends. Biblical parenting can be especially hard for parents to maintain during the teenage years.