When we attain puberty, we are biologically capable of becoming parents. However, this doesn’t necessarily translate to competence on our part as parents. Many of us learn by trial and error, hearsay—and often through our mistakes. More fortunate ones have mentors or the benefit of parenting courses.
Do good fathers invariably produce good kids?
Do rebellious, disobedient kids invariably reflect poor upbringing by their fathers?
THE FATHER HEART OF GOD: MORE THAN UNCONDITIONAL LOVE
The big thing about the Father Heart of God is that He loves all unconditionally, best illustrated in the Parable of the Prodigal Son. However, there is much more to the Father Heart of God. We need to go deeper to appreciate the various ways His heart throbs for us.
CONNECTING WITH YOUR TEENS
Roadmap to Building Healthy Parent-Teen Communication
WHAT WISE PARENTS DO FOR THEIR KIDS
How can parents provide for their children, financially speaking?