Live It: April Challenge
This month’s theme verse:
How much kindness can you find?
With your family, try to find as many examples of kindness as you can at home, school, and church this month. Keep track of each kind act and see who can find the most!
In the video above, author Lee Nienhuis shares how you can help your kids respond with God’s grace and kindness to situations your kids face in public schools.
More For Students
Civility may not be a term you are familiar with, but it’s a character trait that Christians are called to exemplify in the world. When we’re civil toward others, it simply means we are polite, kind, courteous and respectful…
More For Parents
When I was a kid, my mom would admonish me, “Josh, kill them with kindness.” The motive behind this advice may sound harsh, but I believe it tells us something about the power of kindness. Romans 2:4 points out the same biblical truth: Kindness has the power to soften hearts…
Not only is kindness a spiritual gift that God demonstrates, but it is also something that is desperately needed in our world. While I may initially think of kindness as something I teach my children to show people we meet, I’ve discovered that many of these lessons happen at home…
As a parent you can help your child to become emotionally resilient. Join us on Episode 1 of Thriving Student as Dr. Kevin Leman and Nancy Rue address school violence and bullying, and how you can offer your child hope and emotional support in the midst of traumatic events.
More For Kids
Disagreements can pop up during school, on sports teams and even at church. Instead of ignoring conflict, God wants us to confront it head on. If we fail to work things out, it hurts our relationships with others and with God. Becoming a peacemaker doesn’t mean being wimpy. It takes strength…