National Center for Biblical Parenting

National Center for Biblical Parenting We are committed to helping parents with a heart-based approach to parenting, offering biblical, prac
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Have you registered yet? Note that this seminar is for ALL parents.What you will learn:-  Teaching Kids to Listen and Fo...
01/09/2024

Have you registered yet?
Note that this seminar is for ALL parents.

What you will learn:
- Teaching Kids to Listen and Follow Instructions
- Correction Ideas that Touch the Heart
- Ending Discipline Times with Impact
and so much more!

Register here: https://movingcommunitiestochrist.org/parent-seminar-february-3rd/

Tag a parent you are excited to go to this seminar with.

01/07/2024

Don't let kids dodge personal responsibility. Excuses are just that and kids can't rely on them to absolve themselves from personal responsibility.

Do you constantly find yourself repeating yourself to your children? How can you sound firm without adding in threats or...
01/07/2024

Do you constantly find yourself repeating yourself to your children? How can you sound firm without adding in threats or bribes?

Take this wisdom from the Bible.

Transform mealtime into moments of connection and togetherness. As you gather around the table, savor not only the food ...
01/06/2024

Transform mealtime into moments of connection and togetherness. As you gather around the table, savor not only the food but the chance to share stories, laughter, and love.

Make every meal an opportunity to strengthen the bonds that tie your family together.

01/05/2024

What kids want isn't always the best. Be careful that you don't inadvertently feed the selfishness in a child under the guise of encouraging their passion.

01/02/2024

Kids who tend to blame are on a dangerous path in their lives. Ask these three questions regularly to teach a child a different way to respond to life.

Encourage open communication in family life, providing a space for kids to share their thoughts and feelings. Gentle cor...
12/31/2023

Encourage open communication in family life, providing a space for kids to share their thoughts and feelings. Gentle correction of misbeliefs goes a long way to guide them on a path of understanding and growth, building a foundation of trust and connection.

12/30/2023

A heart-based approach to parenting is powerful, but it requires a different way of thinking. Here's an explanation as described in the book Parenting is Heart Work.

How do you intentionally cultivate these qualities in your kids' hearts as they interact with the world? Let's hear from...
12/30/2023

How do you intentionally cultivate these qualities in your kids' hearts as they interact with the world?

Let's hear from parenting expert Dr Scott Turansky as he navigates why raising kids who value kindness and empathy is important.

12/29/2023

Instead of using the Mom plan, have a child develop solutions and write them down. Practice the right response.

12/28/2023

Training is so much more powerful than correction alone. When you have your child practice right responses then the child develops new patterns and tendencies.

Do you find it hard to correct these behaviors? Work with one of our coaches to change what your child believes about li...
12/28/2023

Do you find it hard to correct these behaviors?

Work with one of our coaches to change what your child believes about life and sets them on a path to success!

Want to learn more? Click on this link to get started: https://biblicalparenting.coach/

Boredom can be a powerful catalyst for creativity and personal growth in children. You don't have to act as your child's...
12/27/2023

Boredom can be a powerful catalyst for creativity and personal growth in children. You don't have to act as your child's cruise director in life. Teach them how to be creative without electronics and watch what happens.

Read more on how you can unleash your child's creativity through boredom:
https://biblicalparenting.org/use-boredom-to-nurture-creativity/

God is in the business of changing us. He uses parents to bring about change in their children. Valuable lessons are lea...
12/26/2023

God is in the business of changing us. He uses parents to bring about change in their children. Valuable lessons are learned when parents use a gospel-centered approach to parenting.

Want to get started with Biblical Parenting Coaching Program?

Go to BiblicalParenting.coach today!

Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.When we guide our children with ...
12/24/2023

Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.

When we guide our children with love and values, we are laying the groundwork for a resilient and purposeful journey that allows them to be responsible disciples of Christ.

Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.' When we guide our children wit...
12/24/2023

Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.'

When we guide our children with love and values, we are laying the groundwork for a resilient and purposeful journey that allows them to be responsible disciples of Christ.

12/24/2023

It's not good enough to be right, you also need to be wise. Keep this in mind and you'll be able to control your anger more and help kids do the same.

12/22/2023

Here are two practical things you can do right away to address sibling conflict in your children.

Sibling Conflict - a common occurence in a home with multiple children, and it's a first class in relationship training....
12/22/2023

Sibling Conflict - a common occurence in a home with multiple children, and it's a first class in relationship training. You are the teacher.

Here are a couple of ideas to get you started -

How you address sibling conflict is important because it's a primary way children first learn how to navigate relationships. Here are a couple of ideas to ge...

12/21/2023

Anxiety in kids is tough. Kids need practical solutions to address their fears. Here are two primary tools you can use with your kids.

12/19/2023

Don't bore kids with the Bible. Instead reveal the exciting nature of God's Word. The language of children and youth is activity. Use activity to teach the Bible and you'll be more like Jesus.

12/17/2023

In youth culture today, there seems to be an attitude about authority that is disrespectful and dishonoring. How can we help children and youth respond well even if they don't like what the authority is doing?

12/16/2023

Some kids rely too heavily on parents to entertain, solve problems, or relieve boredom in their lives. It's good to spend time with kids and it's also good for them to be independent. Here are some suggestions to build independence in kids.

12/14/2023

All emotions are good, but that doesn't justify a harsh response. Let's talk about how to use anger in a positive way. Here are some practical solutions you'll want to consider.

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Children are under tremendous pressure today resulting in all kinds of personal challenges that affect their hearts and their responses to life. Anxiety, disrespect, defiance, depression, ADHD, and even things like anger episodes or arguing with Mom when she says no are indications of significant challenges. But there is hope!

We believe that parents are the best counselors for their kids if they have a good plan.

We have developed a heart-based plan modeled after the way that God works with us, his children, and it's powerful!

The National Center for Biblical Parenting was birthed in the early 90s in the hearts of Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller, RN, BSN. Their families worked together in church ministry but it became clear that they had a powerful message that reached the hearts of families. Although they had no idea how big the ministry would develop, they knew that their heart-based, practical, biblical approach was strategic for helping Christian families reach their full potential.