8 "Instead of" Tips for Parenting Kids Who Have Experienced Trauma

8 "Instead of" Tips for Parenting Kids Who Have Experienced Trauma

Traditional parenting tends to swoop in and fix the immediate problematic behavior. It is a short-term approach that doesn’t work with kids who have trauma. Instead, you need to take the time to consider the need behind the child’s behavior and focus on the ultimate goal of connection.

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10 Ways Your Church Can Support Abuse Survivors

10 Ways Your Church Can Support Abuse Survivors

Protecting children must not be a niche ministry, or an add-on, or a box we have to check for legal purposes. Child protection is an urgent, sacred calling with eternal stakes. What we do for the least of these, we do for Christ.

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