It’s the end of 2016! Each year during this time we like to present you with our top posts for the year.
As you end 2016, take the time to review some of our most popular content.
Despite what the culture is saying, video games are a killer in more ways than you may think. Don’t believe me? Take it from someone that created video games for a living. Ryan Anderson, PhD, provides us with his compelling story and why you must be careful with what you allow your kids to play.
It’s no doubt that most parents struggle with anger as they journey through parenting. How can you appropriately handle your anger? Israel Wayne joins the conversation and provides us with steps you can take to proactively work through your anger.
The importance of family worship is certainly overlooked in today’s digital age. Our conversation with Don Whitney, PhD, provides practical insight to help you establish family worship.
I don’t believe enough parents know the dangers of the processed food we so easily consume today. We are joined in our studio by Dr. Jean Lawrence. Her insight into the way food affects the brain is startling. It will certainly make you think about your New Year’s resolutions.
We were personally joined in our studio by Ciara Leilani when she toured our campus and spoke to the teens at Shepherds Hill Academy. Her personal testimony about her previous homosexual lifestyle proves to be a wealth of knowledge to help parents address the topic of homosexuality within their family. This conversation was engaging and proved to be the second most listened to podcast of the year.
G. Craige Lewis joined us in our ongoing conversation to raise awareness of the affects music and media have on our teen’s young minds. This interview provides practical guidance on why you should know what your teen is listening to.
Picture provided by: Nathaniel D. Ether