3 Couples Share How They Raise Compassionate Kids
These three couples, all at different parenting stages, share their wisdom and experience on raising compassionate kids!Continue Reading ›
How to Raise Brave Kids in a World Keeping Them Afraid
Parenting in our generation is so different than our parents’ generation, isn’t it? I don’t know whether it is an intense need for control or the fact that we are surrounded by voices who are trying to convince us we aren’t safe. Whatever the cause, we parent with the brakes on.Continue Reading ›
5 Easy Ways to Encourage Kids to Fight Poverty
I often wish I knew more when I was younger. I wish I grasped that even though I was young, I could still make a difference. It doesn’t take living in a country with extreme economic disparity for children to begin learning about poverty. Here are five easy ways you can encourage your kids, no matter their age, to become poverty fighters!
4 Practical Ideas on How to Raise Compassionate Children
When our daughter Hailey was 11 she heard about the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina and wanted to help. She found out that kids her age needed backpacks and school supplies, so she quickly organized and collected 30 backpacks to send to New Orleans. Families can help each other grow in awareness of the world’s needs and support each other to engage these needs with compassion. Here are some steps you can take together to raise compassionate children.
“It’s For the Kids”
Why do we do all we do for children? We do it because every child matters and every single child is worth fighting for!
Every child should live with the confidence that Daddy is coming home at the end of the day. But the truth is, throughout much of the developing world, little boys and girls never get to run into Daddy’s arms.
Shaun Groves on Third World Symphony and Keeping Jesus the Main Thing
Catching up with Shaun Groves is a thrill ride of deep emotion, spontaneous wisecracks and purposeful passion. Shaun is on a journey to keep Jesus at the center of his life and to change the face of poverty.