Participating in sports offers many benefits to children and youth, but, on the flipside, there are dangers. Coaches and parents are witnessing more symptoms of ill health in youth sports culture: “overuse injuries, burnout, loss of childhood, misperceptions about the true benefit of sport, and damaged relationships.”
Merri Ellen Giesbrecht
Parenting in the Pew: Guiding Your Children into the Joy of Worship
Author: Robbie Castleman
I love to have my children in church with me. The suggestion that’s unusual makes my heart sink. As a parent, I found Parenting in the Pew deeply encouraging as it urges parents to press on, shepherding our children, because the impact is eternal.
John 6:5–13 The other night, I asked two smart little boys if they could recall a story from the Bible where a child did a beautiful thing for Jesus. Their…
A children’s pastor known for her ability to mobilize volunteers says keeping people happy in ministry stems from the commitment of leadership. Speaking to the Canadian Pacific Border chapter of…
Raising a Modern-Day Princess Authors: Pam Farrel and Doreen HannaAt first glance, Raising a Modern Day Princess seems to be a Christian version of Toddlers and Tiaras, deceptively encouraging Christian parents to centre their lives on their children, namely their daughters.