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Arlene airing on Focus on the Family today

Could you use some practical parenting advice?  Whether your child is currently thriving or struggling, you will find encouragement in today’s episode of Focus on the Family.   I am beyond honored to be a broadcast guest today.  Talking with Jim Daly and John Fuller is always a blast.  You’ll […]

 

Arlene on Focus on the Family August 13

Years ago, before my first bo was every published, I told a dear friend my dream: Someday, I would like to be on Focus on the Family.  It seemed like a very far fetched, crazy, pie-in-the-sky dream for sure. How amazing that God has brought this dream to pass and […]

 

Parents Rising Video Series is Here!

I have often wanted to create video messages to accompany my bos.  I’m happy to present my first set of complete video sessions for my newest bo Parents Rising: 8 Strategies for Raising Kids Who Love God, Respect Authority, and Value What’s Right.  Each video is about 20 minutes long and […]

 

Podcast: Powerful Prayers for Parents with Fern Nichols

                Download the podcast on iTunes or listen here: You have a powerful weapon that often goes unused – the power of prayer!  Whether you feel defeated or happy, talking to God about your children invites God to work in your home everyday.  I […]

 

Video: 4 quick tips to help your kids obey

Would you like to go to the grocery store without a meltdown? Would it be refreshing to have kids who obey what you say? Here are 4 quick tips to help your kids obey. These ideas and can be found in come Parents Rising: 8 Strategies for Raising Kids […]

 

Podcast: Modesty, Sex and Dating with Dannah Gresh

                Download the podcast on iTunes or listen here: My friend Dannah Gresh is here to talk about the subjects we need to know about…but sometimes we’re afraid to ask about! It’s easier to avoid hot topics like sex, dating, short shorts, and modesty, […]

 

What’s Your Top Parenting Problem?

What’s your top parenting problem? Parenting can seem like an uphill lonely battle some days, but your struggle is not unique.  I know in the moment, you may feel like your child is the only one to ________ (fill in the blank).  But you probably only have to walk a […]