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Why Struggle is a Good Thing for Your Child

And now, dear brothers and sisters, one final thing. Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise. Philippians 4:8

I love this verse...

How To Really Help Your Kids Grow in Character

Tom Landry, the former legendary coach of the Dallas Cowboys, struggled to find success during the team's first six winless years in the NFL. Coach Landry was known for engineering innovative formations. Yet, a little-known story about Landry...

Helping Teens Remember Their Identity in Christ

What do you consider the greatest challenge among parents and their teenagers/young adults today? Patti Pilkington Reed, author, Conversational Intelligence®️ coach, and business leader affirms it is our inability to get face-to-face with our kids...

Nine Must Have Books to Help Children Cope

Tears. Panic. Difficulty breathing. Refusal to participate.

Childhood anxiety can be hard to understand and even more difficult to comfort.

What All Boy Moms Need to Know

“Love is important, but it is respect that is the key to your son’s heart.” Dr. Emerson Eggerichs

Are You Sharing Too Much About Your Kids Online?

"Our social media networks serve as a parent's modern-day baby book." Stacy Steinberg

On July 21, 2008, I posted my first Facebook picture. Of course, it was a picture of my children. If you do a quick scroll of my social media, you will mostly...

Gentle and Lowly in Heart

In today’s social and political climate, we as Christians have the prime opportunity to model the heart of Jesus to our children, community, and our CCA family.

Grit & Grace: Finding Power in Our Weakness

We chose a Classical, Christian, College Preparatory school for many reasons. We chose the rigor, the challenge, and high expectations for our children. We don’t want the easy road for them; we pray they will choose the road less traveled. The road...

Building a Lasting Faith in Your Child

If you have ever visited a NICU (newborn intensive care unit), you know watching a tiny little human in an incubator is heart-wrenching. The magnitude of the machines and tubes entangling the baby is absolutely unsettling. Yet despite how unnerving...

Summer Thriving

Wide-open….that is what our summer schedule looks like.

For parents, this wide-open schedule is both a gift and an overwhelming problem.