How can you eat better, sleep better, exercise better, work better, play better, spend better, save better, serve better, worship better, and pray better? Those are very good questions to ask at the beginning of a new year.
But how can you improve your relationship with your kids this year?
Now that’s a question for parents to put at the top of the list. That is why I addressed this question in the first episode of CHRISTIAN PARENT/CRAZY WORLD this year.
On CPCW, we spend a lot of time counteracting the onslaught of secular ideology and theology that is coming against our children in an attempt to subvert their faith, and that is critically important work to do. But we can’t really help our kids with those vital issues if we don’t have a solid relationship to start with.
So in episode 52, I share 12 ways to improve your relationship with your kids this year. These ideas aren’t revolutionary, nor or they rocket science. They are practical and simple. They just take a little time and effort.
In this article, I share 8 of those relationship builders. To hear all 12 suggestions including the question every parent needs to ask their child, listen to the latest episode of CHRISTIAN PARENT/CRAZY WORLD.
To improve your relationship with your kids this year:
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Catherine Segars is an award-winning actress and playwright — turned stay-at-home-mother—turned author, podcaster, speaker and blogger. She is dedicated to helping parents be a godly example for their kids in an ungodly world.
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