Leaving a blueprint of honour for our children

By Sarah Evans "Love must be sincere. Hate what is evil; cling to what is good. Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves." (Romans 12:9-10 NIV) As we step into the next series, it is God's desire that we understand the importance of...

Trusting Our Children to God: Part Two

By Sarah Evans When we think about placing our children in God’s hands, and trusting God with their very lives, the biblical story of Hannah is very inspiring.  In 1 Samuel: 8-28, we see that Hannah’s heart is grieved because she is desperate to have a child, and yet...

Trusting Our Children to God: Part One

By Sarah Evans One of the greatest challenges that we face as parents is realizing that we are unable to control every aspect of our children’s lives, especially as they get older. When our new babies come into the world, and we hold them for the first time in our...

How Children Learn From Their Mistakes: Part 3

By Sarah Evans When something is important enough, it is worth repeating. The more times we read a particular viewpoint, especially when it is a new concept to us, the more we are able to digest and understand it’s relevance to our own lives. After all even God is in...

How Children Learn From Their Mistakes: Part 2

Last time we learned that ‘natural’ consequences are the best way that many adults learn from their mistakes, but that children are not always mature enough to make the connection between their choice of behavior and the subsequent outcome. And so, even though we as parents need to always point out this connection to our children in helping them understand ‘natural’ consequences, we can also use ‘unnatural’ consequences in the short term.

How Children Learn From Their Mistakes: Part 1

When looking at our children and the choices that they make on a daily basis, it is important to recognise that often they are not mature enough developmentally to make the connection between their choices and the subsequent outcome.

Leading So Our Children Will Follow

We build and maintain a healthy trusting relationship with our children, by showing Godly discipline that is both consistent and motivated by love. But how do we build this healthy trusting relationship with our children? Read on.

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