Author Archives: Jennifer Price

We Have a Great Big God: Teaching Kids the 3 O’s of God’s Character

We Have a Great Big God: Teaching Kids the 3 O’s of God’s Character

There is no doubt that we serve a great big God. He is omniscient, omnipresent, and omnipotent. But if we use those adjectives to describe God’s bigness to our young kids, their eyes will grow wide with confusion – thinking we’ve lost our mind or that we’re speaking another language! Helping kids understand their great

Parenting: The Hardest Job You’ve Ever Done

  I think all parents would agree that parenting is the hardest thing they’ve ever done. It’s a big job to raise up little people to love God, love others, and be responsible adults. It’s a job that requires great patience, wisdom, and love. It’s a job that we could never do well alone.  Thankfully,

Setting Social Media Boundaries for Kids and Teens

The world has changed a lot since I was a kid. My teenage years were either spent with my head buried in a book, stretching the phone cord to my room to have a private conversation, or riding bikes through my local hometown. Being “connected” wasn’t even a concept I knew about or was aware

The Beauty of Adoption: I Prayed for You

Adoption is a beautiful thing. Giving a child a family means giving them hope, love, and belonging. Thats’s what God wants for all of us. Adoption was His idea, and God’s ideas are all good. He predestined us to adoption as sons through Jesus Christ to Himself, according to the kind intention of His will.

Messy Moments of Parenting

“Oh, your kids were so good. They didn’t fight at all. I can watch them anytime.” Have you ever heard words similar to that when picking your kids up from the sitter or after returning from a night out with the hubs? It sounds like a compliment. It is a compliment. While I’m always thankful that they

How to Teach Your Child To Be A Good Friend

A friend loves at all times… – Proverbs 17:17 How do you teach your child to be a good friend? Teach them to love. Simple, right? Maybe we should just stop this post right there, because that just about sums up the single ingredient to being a good friend. I have an idea, though. Let’s dig a

Asking Your Kids for Forgiveness

Forgive ~ stop feeling angry or resentful towards someone for an offense, flaw, or mistake. We’ve worked hard to teach our kids the difference between saying, “I’m sorry” and “Will you forgive me?”  They are usually quick to say they are sorry for a wrong action, but to ask for forgiveness, well, those words don’t

Tommy Nelson, Mother's Day

My Favorite Moms of the Bible

The Bible is full of amazing women and mothers who set such a good example for us to follow. I love reading about the moms of the Bible who had real struggles in their midst and yet showed such a faith and endurance. That’s where the example is for me – where the stuff of real

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