Fourteen years ago, I set out to walk the Susan G. Komen 60-mile walk for breast cancer.
I was one of five women on a team and the only one in a different city. The others walked together often and built up their endurance. I...
It's back to school time, and if you are like most families right now, you are not at peace. Every decision has a downside, and nothing feels exactly right. So, how can you put your child at ease when you are uneasy yourself?
Here are four things you can do to help ease your child’s anxiety (and yours):
Pray with Them
I know this is a given, but if you’re like me, you need to be reminded that prayer is powerful. I need this reminder daily. I am bad for praying and worrying instead of praying and trusting.
Pray with your child each morning and invite them to pray with you.
Encourage them to voice their concern to the Lord and then encourage them to tell God something they are thankful for. Following a fear with a praise will leave your child focusing on the positive God provided in their life and will get them...