The end of 2019 is quickly coming to an end. Are you feeling overwhelmed about how you will end this year? Let’s reframe your attitude to end the year strong!
In this part, I will conclude by giving you further practical tips to help your stepchild reevaluate their thinking on the subject of Christianity.
You will be able to share with them how being a Christian can benefit and protect them now as well as show you how you can conclude your discussion with them.
What do you do if your stepchild comes to you or your spouse one day and tells you that they no longer want to be a Christian?
I want to share with you tips and advice you can use to help them back on the right path. It is my hope that they will help you if you find yourself in the same situation.
Summer breaks can be fun but can be hard if you don’t have a plan to balance your work and family as a stepmom. Here are a few tips so that you can have the amazing summer you and your family deserve!
The topic of social media can be controversial for families. Each family has their own “house rules” when it comes to the age their child can join social networks, which networks they can join, how strict they should be with social media rules such as having login and password details as well as the length of time their children are allowed to engage in social media each day. I will share with you how I handled this topic with my 16 year old stepdaughter as well as share with you 4 questions you can ask your stepchildren about social media using the bible.
Are you familiar with the expression, “many hands make light work?” This is so true! The more help you receive for a particular task, the easier and quicker the task is to complete. Why not use this year’s spring cleaning as n opportunity to get the entire family involved including your stepchildren?