Author and speaker Lore Cottone explains how she finds “peace in chaos” while raising her son diagnosed with Asperger’s, bipolar disorder, and depression.
According to Jodie Berndt, it does not matter what stage of life your adult children are in, praying for them daily is still a powerful tool for their future. Hear how she shares specific prayers you can pray everyday.
Author Jeannie Cunnion helps parents not expect perfection of themselves, but with God's grace walk out their specific mission of parenting.
Comedian Tom Shillue shares how an old-fashioned childhood with simple American values shaped his life.
Geoff Banks shares how his father’s prayers pulled him from the pit of drug addiction; James Banks tells parents of prodigals to keep praying.
Willie and Korie Robertson's adventures on "Duck Dynasty" have made them and their children fan favorites. So what's the secret to their success as parents? Two words: Strong AND Kind.
Men are from Mars. Women are from Venus. Children in middle school? That's an entirely different solar system all together!
So how can parents - and children - survive this alien invasion? Best-selling author Kevin Leman has the answers in "Planet Middle School".
What kind of parent are you? What kind of parent do you want to be? Have you ever even asked yourself that question?
No matter what you choose, David Thomas says we should be intentional parents. Be there. Be active. After all, "autopilot" is for planes.
You can check out more from David Thomas by getting his book.
The host of "The Real Story" on Fox News -- Gretchen Carlson -- has written an inspirational memoir! "Getting Real" is about her life growing up as a serious child violinist, her win as Miss America using that talent, and 25 years in the TV news business. Along the way, Gretchen empowers women to 'go for their dreams' and 'never give up' as she shares many of her failures for the very first time. She also talks extensively about her faith.
Visit www.GretchenCarlson.com to order her book!
What happens when you can’t control your children? What can you do when your child gets the best of you?