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celebrating the first day of summer

4 Fun Ideas for Summer Bucket Lists

4 Fun Ideas for Summer Bucket Lists

Tomorrow, June 21, marks the first day of summer (for those of us here in the United States and the rest of the northern hemisphere), and this year we will be celebrating with a Summer Bucket List pajama party! We will be wearing our PJ’s all day and sleeping in after the rooster crows (hopefully

Do You Have Redonkulous Faith?

We love a good story. In the Robertson family, about the time you start learning to tie your shoes is when you start listening to good stories. Later you get your chance to tell a good story. Our stories involve experiences we have gone through, taken from the ordinary things we deal with every day,

Parenting for Success

Parenting for True Success not Worldly Success

Shift your goal setting from “head goals” that focus on worldly success to “heart goals” that help your kid’s heart move toward God. Are you willing to do whatever it takes to help your kid succeed? One guarantee we have as Christians is that God loves us (and our kids) in a way that surpasses

How to Establish Family Rules

There is so much you, the parent, can do to build a relationship with your child. But first we must show our kids we mean business in building a relationship with them. If you’re wondering how to be a confident and cool parent, you must first start by establishing a few family rules. Establishing Family Rules

5 Ways to Celebrate Reading During Children’s Book Week

Did you know that Children’s Book Week happens every May? I know you’re already reading to your kids, but why not use this special week to do something out of the ordinary? Why not celebrate the books instead of just reading them? Here Are Some Great Ways to Celebrate Reading Do something from the story. Let’s start with

My First Bible: The Treasured Gift I’ll Never Forget

I remember the very first Bible I owned as a child. It was the NIV Children’s Bible – a hardcover Bible with Jesus on the cover holding a lamb, sitting with two children. My mother gave it to me. I took that Bible with me to church every week and as I got older, I learned to

Finding Good Christian Movies for Kids

Hollywood has declared 2014 the year of the Bible, with more big Biblical movies and faith-based projects coming out over the next 12 months then what we’ve seen in a long time. If you’ve been paying attention to the headlines lately you can’t miss the attention on these current and upcoming releases. First there was

Preteen and Teen Years

Raising Daughters of the King – The Preteen & Teen Years

I often hear of how moms struggle to have great relationships with their preteen and teen daughters. Sometimes it’s just the normal stage that many teen girls go through—separating themselves from their mothers to find their own identities. Other times, though, our relationships with our kids are directly impacted by our past family history and

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