Pastor’s wife, mother of five, follower of Jesus Jenny Price shares her struggles and wisdom from a life battling forms of depression and anxiety.
Mother of 5, career coach, and pastor’s wife Jenny Price muses on what she would tell her early parenting self if she had a time machine.
Professional Counselor and adoptive father Bradley McCallester joins me again to talk about strategies for using mistakes to train desired behaviors.
Professional Counselor and adoptive father Bradley McCallester joins me to talk about strategies for using mistakes to train desired behaviors.
When families come together for the Holidays, sometimes it’s a clash of worldview and parenting styles. Here are some steps to ease the pain.
This is a sticky subject: should you keep your children home from church as a consequence for bad grades or behavior?
Here are strategies you can use to invest in your child emotionally, making behavior and conflict resolution much easier.
Investing in your spouse will keep your marriage from going bankrupt!
If you think your family is a mess, you’re in good company. Most families in the Bible were the definition of dysfunction!
What happens when all of the devices that were supposed to make life easer make living harder?
Tragedy and loss are going to come. Here’s what your soul needs in order to heal.
How do we develop long term passion and perseverance in our kids?
These are really helpful tips for navigating conflict in your marriage AND parenting without starting a war.
Sometimes the worst of storms do actually happen in life. What do we do then?
In the absence of a mind reading device, here are some tips to help understand and be understood with your teen.
Fear of Missing Out is a disease that’s stealing the joy out of happy times.
Just in time for school, what can our friend The Backpack teach us about healthy and appropriate boundaries in relationships?
After three and a half years of treatment, we are finally done with chemo. Here are some of the lessons I’ve learned and why I’m still afraid.
Sometimes delaying the consequences for a while – while you collect your thoughts and make a great plan – can be much more effective than shooting form the hip. Here’s why.
This was a special and rare opportunity to interview one of my dear friends and spiritual heroes, Dr. Samuel Thomas of Hopegivers International. Hopegivers rescues orphaned and at risk children throughout India and plant churches throughout South Asia.
So many moms are carrying double the spiritual load for the family. Here’s some encouragement on what to do if you find yourself in that spot.
What happens when dad falls through on spiritually leading the family?
Too often a marriage becomes child focused. Not only is this bad for the husband and wife, it’s terrible for the kids!
A gang or real live experts on Generation Z from our student ministry joins me for a discussion on the differences between Millennials and Generation Z
With Davis Price, Chloe Reddick, John Klein, and Brock Olsen
Has culture conditioned you and your family into looking at the church as just one more commodity to be consumed?
On this Mother’s Day weekend, here are some thoughts on how my childhood, as well as that of my parents, has drastically affected my own parenting.
13 Reasons Why is a Netflix series that is sweeping the nation. Especially if you have children over 10 years old you need to pay attention to some very scary things in this show.
A great question about when to baptize your kids leads to the thought: Are we training our kids for disobedience?
Gratitude is hard work! Here are 3 ways to make it habitual.
I wrote these thoughts while sitting in my son’s room on Easter Morning in 2014, seven days after he began treatment for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.
In every tense situation there are two lessons happening. 1) What you say, 2) How you say it.
Don’t let the immediate worries of life keep you from praying big picture prayers for your children!
So your kids are ready to start dating? Gulp! Here are some helpful, practical thoughts to coach them towards right goals and wise boundaries.
Critiques of modern dating practices and coaching tips for your kids as they walk toward helpful relationships!
One of the hardest things to walk through as a parent is the suffering of your child. How do you make the most of a terrible situation?
Drill Sergents, Helicopters, and Consultants, Oh My!
Here’s an overview of three different types of parenting styles with three different consequences.
Here’s the best explanation I’ve ever encountered on why pursuing a path of purity is so important.
This podcast is on one of the most helpful teachings I’ve ever come across. How can you be helpful without enabling?
What if we’re complimenting the wrong things in our kids? Here’s a great way to enable your kids to go over, around, or through the brick walls in their life.
Here’s my best effort at a “simple” definition of Womanhood. Which is hard because I’m not a woman and I don’t find women to be simple.
Here’s a podcast on a great, simple definition to teach your kids about what it means to be a man.
A relatively quick overview of how to create and replace habits. This could really change your life, it changed mine!
This is Episode 1 of the Let’s Parent on Purpose Podcast!
It’s a little rough as I’m learning the technical side of things as well as how to stare at a microphone and pretend it’s a person, but hopefully you can be encouraged that God is going to use you over the long haul!
Have the calamities of any particular day of parenting ever made you feel like a total failure? Be encouraged, you’re in good company. Listen to hear how common your experience is to our “heroes” of the faith, and for some practical advice as you take the next step.