Entries by Chris Sasser

Avoid Arguing With Your Kids

** The following article was copied from theparentcue.org. You can’t effectively discipline your teenager if you continually find yourself in the middle of an argument with him. When disciplining, conversations may become heated, so use good communication skills and agree to walk away until you’ve both calmed down. The best way to avoid an argument […]

Parenting Adults

** The following article was copied from theparentcue.org. Parenting is not for the faint of heart. It’s a marathon of endurance to parent through each age and phase. Just a few decades ago I had the pleasure of being called “Mom” to four kids, ages six and under. I quickly learned that this parenting had […]

Why our children are less patient, more lonely and more entitled than generations before?

** The following article was copied from yourmodernfamily.com Study after study proves what we have guessed… It’s the scary truth that our children face.   It’s more real than ever, this downhill slope that our kids are facing.  As a teacher and play therapist, I’ve had the opportunity to work with many children over the years, […]

How Family Devotions are Like Family Meals

** The following article was copied from thegospelcenteredfamily.com. Family devotions are times “when family members come together for spiritual encouragement.” Patrick Kavanaugh, now retired director of the Christian Performing Arts Fellowship made this observation nearly 15 years ago in a little book titled Raising Children to Adore God. I encountered the book in 2007, just after […]