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Podcast: Dr. Tim Johanson on the Black Hole of Technology

Download the podcast on iTunes or listen here: It’s my honor to have Dr. Tim Johanson on the podcast this month.  This is one interview I need to memorize as much as possible because Dr. Johanson compelling medical reasons why technology should be a huge concern to us as parents.  Find […]

 

Podcast: Dr. Kathy Koch Part 2 on Screens, Kids and Teens

                Download the podcast on iTunes or listen here: Most of us don’t think,  “I feel so close to my children now that they have phones or their own iPads.” The ever presence of screens has eroded quality time in many families. Playtime is […]

 

Podcast: Dr. Kathy Koch on Screens, Kids, and Teens Part 1

                Download the podcast on iTunes or listen here: Are you happy with the way your children use screens? Most parents I meet don’t say things like, “I’m so glad my son has an iPad.  He’s so productive and respectful now” or “My daughter’s […]

 

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 […]

 

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, […]

 

Podcast: How to Get Your Kids to Talk with Dr. Todd Cartmell

                Download the podcast on iTunes or listen here: Does this sound familiar: “What happened at school today?” asks mom.  “Nothing.” How can you get your tween/teen to talk ?  How can you have conversations that are meaningful? Or on the flip side, how […]

 

Podcast: Old School Parenting That Works with Kendra Smiley

                Download the podcast on iTunes or listen here: I would venture to guess many of the daily challenges you face with your kids were unheard of in your grandmother’s generation. We live in a culture that exalts whatever is new.  Yet if we […]