If you haven’t noticed, most kids today are very averse to anything remotely resembling the Christian faith. Why has this become the norm? Is there something that we can do to mitigate it?
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Today we revisit the American Values series. If you missed part I, I would encourage you to go back and give it a listen.
There’s a lot of talk about making America great again. But was there ever truly a time when it wasn’t great?
American family values have traditionally been defined by patriotism and religious freedom. Now, it seems that those very values are changing.
Why has there been a shift in values? Where did these changes begin?
Last time on License to Parent we spoke with Joshua Temple, an insider at Shepherd’s Hill Academy. If you missed that episode, you can listen to it online Here.
Today we continue the conversation and dive into parenting troubled teens and some of the mistakes parents make along the way. One such mistake includes trying to become friends with our kids. That will come, but first is a process and a period of …
Love is a powerful thing. Saying, “I love you” is also a powerful sentiment.
If you struggle to tell your child that you love them, maybe you should consider what hearing that simple statement does for them.
Too much of a good thing can quickly become a bad thing. Many argue that the exception to this is knowledge.
Can too much knowledge actually be a bad thing? Maybe it’s not so much about how much we know, but rather what we know.
Today, we’ll begin part II of the 13 Reasons series. If you missed part I, you can find it, here.
Watching tv shows can be pretty harmless, but what happens when they’re not? 13 Reasons Why has some pretty explicit content, whose storyline centers on teen suicide. Is this really something harmless?