There are the Joneses, the Duggars, and don’t forget Kate and her eight. Big families have captured our imagination and have become a spectacle worthy of reality TV. Once a common occurrence, large families are becoming the exception as Canadian families... Read more »
“Nothing.” It’s the answer parents frequently hear when they ask, “What did you learn in school today?” Educators Michael Zwaagstra, Rodney Clifton and John Long have an idea of what your kids might be learning and they discuss their concerns in their new... Read more »
What research actually shows about the parents children need
There’s been quite a bit of dust kicked up lately over whether boys and girls really need both mothers and fathers.
A recent movie called The Kids Are All Right depicts a pair of lesbians raising two emerging adult children.... Read more »
How can we help ensure our children carry their faith into adulthood?
This is one of the most important questions parents can ask. It concerns the vitality and durability of their child’s faith in Christ, and how that faith can stay vibrant through the rough-and-tumble transition into young adulthood.
The good news is... Read more »