Author Archives: Winter Harris

teen read week fiction

Teen Read Week 2014

  Teen Read Week ( — October 12-18 — is a literacy initiative of the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA). Libraries across the United States will be celebrating Teen Read Week with a variety of events aimed at encouraging teens to read for pleasure. Teens have so many options for entertainment, so why not

Bible Reading Teens

I’m sure you remember being a teen.  If you were anything like me, reading was not a hobby for you!! And if reading was a hobby, then I would imagine that for many reading the Bible was not in your Top 10 list.  Reading the Bible can be a difficult task for adults.  It never fails

Encourage Your Kids’ God-Given Dreams

“Everything in life belongs to God. Our purpose has already been mapped out.” – David Luiz. As a parent, I want to teach my kids that they are capable of doing anything that God has for them to do. I would imagine that you do to! But, finding role models for them who go after their dreams

Daddy’s Girl Or Boy

I’ve always been a daddy’s girl. Not only am I a child of the King, but He’s also given me a father on earth to care for me. Father’s Day is right around the corner. While I want to honor my dad on Father’s Day, I also love to cherish the memories we have together. Also, you should know that I’ve

Fruits of the Spirit Lessons for Kids

But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. – Galatians 5:22-23 I had extensive Bible training growing up. My family memorized all sorts of scriptures and Bible text. I can even remember playing games and challenges with scriptures. One of the most talked about sections of the

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