1 Corinthians 13 Parenting Resource and Ministry Site
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Parents, particularly moms, live for the moments we can share meaningful conversations with our kids. One way to dial into their heart is to do a check-in a couple times a month or during the times of struggle or challenge. Many adults have trouble identifying their feelings. Our kids do too. We humans blast through life, without … Read More...
Parents are leaders. Most parents hope to raise a leader rather than a follower. Watch this from Mimika TV and Podcast click here to access the interview. ) Mimika Cooney’s show , she and I discuss 3 ways to foster leadership by leading the way Jesus did. Here’s a blurb from Mimika about the […]
Spring Break is over and summer is just around the corner. Usually this means family vacations, down time, and a slower-paced life, at least for a little while. While that may be true for many, for a single parent, having kids out of school means loss of structure, schedule, and even finances. A single mom […]
What’s your best tip for a bride-to-be? Words of wisdom from those of us who are married are often times shared at bridal showers. Some ideas are sound advice; others are downright funny. “Keep the lines of communication open.” “Settle your differences before you go to bed.” “Be kind to your mother-in-law.” “Don’t share a […]
Do you need guidance in making tech decisions for your family? Are your tweens and teens seemingly addicted to their technology devices? “Technology is the number one reason parents believe it is harder than ever to raise children.”1 I believe the research and statistics. As a mom of two young men, I’ve walked the tech tightrope. […]
Oh the stress of trying to be perfect! We all know there is no such thing, right?! But why do we try so hard to make our lives seem perfect when they aren’t even close. Christmas time just magnifies this ten fold, doesn’t it? Standing in line at the post office yesterday was eye opening. […]
What’s at the CORe of your parenting? Join members of the 1 Corinthians 13 Parenting Team at the 2015 HeartCORe Conference to delve into love, 1 Corinthians 13 love. Six members of the 1C13P team will present on faith, parenting, marriage, and education. SAVE THE DATE! Mark your calendar now! Saturday, November 14 Christ Presbyterian […]
My grandchildren follow my example more than my words. As we prayed over people at church this past Sunday, I opened my eyes and realized that both of our grand-babies were watching my husband and I very closely. I smiled and winked at them and they returned the smile. Within moments, the youngest bowed her […]
When we work hard at something we like to be rewarded. Students do too! Grades, praise, money, and special rewards are all incentives to do well. Part of your child’s job as a student is to spend time studying the material presented in class and learn that material for future use on exams or in […]
Husband: “When I grew-up the bathroom floor was so clean you could eat off it.” Wife: “I’m not planning on eating off our bathroom floor.” Husband: “My mom irons everything, including sheets and underwear.” Wife: “I do the bake and shake version- Dry. Shake. Go.” As a new bride, I thought it best to quickly […]
Home & Holidays
Memorial Day is typically an add on to a spring weekend, three days to spend with family and friends. Make this Memorial Day a day of remembrance and honor. Fly the Stars and Stripes, attend a parade or take part in the National Moment of Remembrance. Teach your children why the day is set apart and […]