God’s love

Communicate Love to Your Kids. Use Words When Necessary.

When kids melt down, we often advise parents to respond with empathy, by saying out loud what the kiddo might be feeling. But sometimes we…

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Tired of Not Feeling “Christian” Enough? This is for You.

“You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart” (Jeremiah 29:13) I remember the sign on the men’s dorm…

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How to Be a Safer Parent

Today we’d like to share with you a story from the blog of Bo, a dad who with his wife Jen took our online course…

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Practical Ways to Connect in the Middle of Discipline

Parents often think about how to connect with their children — but what we don’t always realize is that parents can connect even when children…

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5 From-the-Heart Valentine Gifts for Your Children

Pretty much every parent agrees that it’s important to connect well with our children. But whether you struggle with a particular age or have personality…

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Some Practical Tips for a Truly Christ-filled Christmas

Whether you’re feeling totally frazzled or totally prepared, here are some of our favorite parenting tips to help you and your family not only survive…

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How do I talk to my kids about race?

Parents, are you struggling with how to address the recent racial tension that has exploded across the United States? At Connected Families we are on…

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Is Your Child Intense and Impulsive? So Were God’s Chosen Leaders.

When God decided which of his children would be key leaders he avoided the step-in-line, shiny-looking ones. In fact, when we look in scripture at…

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Are You “Present” with Your Kids?

Most of us would agree there are many theories on the best way to educate our children.  There’s public schools, private schools, charter schools, home…

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Would Your Child Run Away?

When people steal, disobey, defy, cheat, lash out, or otherwise sin, in their hearts they leave. They leave the safety of trustworthy relationships.

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