Here are fifteen creative ideas to jumpstart your correspondence with family and friends, keeping your notes fresh, short, and encouraging.
School stress is increasing for our grandchildren. Here are 5 ways you can help your grandchildren deal with it throughout the school year.
Tips for finding your unique grandparenting style and how to adapt it as both you and your grandchildren grow older.
It’s always a pleasure to have Lillian Penner from the Christian Grandparenting Network call us to pray for our grandchildren on Grandparents’ Day. This year it falls on September 9th. As our guest today, Lillian shares how you can become involved. (Thanks bunches, Lillian!) Grandparents are Uniting in Prayer on
It is always a pleasure to share my blog with someone who has a passion for passing on the faith within families. Christie Thomas is one such remarkable lady. She is an author, family faith blogger, and Director of Children’s Ministry at her church. I was thrilled when she agreed
Having grandchildren in school opens up some unique opportunities for grandparents to be involved in their lives. I know you may think that this is difficult if you live far away from your grandkids, work at a busy job, or aren’t able to get out on your own much. But
You’ve probably heard the story of the cute little frog placed in a pot of nice cool water. Slowly the water heated up until the cute little frog became a cooked little frog. He never saw, or felt, it coming. That’s what happens in our families when we ignore the
Whoo hoo! Hot apple pie and ice cream! Can you believe it? Your kids have grown up. Wasn’t it yesterday that they were starting kindergarten? Where did the time go!? Crazy, right? But some kids leave home and never seem to connect with God. Whatever relationship they may have had
I’m not sure what hurts more, colon cancer surgery or a grown kid who isn’t interested in Jesus. I’ve had both. Did you know that 70% to 88% of kids raised in a Christian home will choose not to follow Christ after they finish High School? If you weren’t a