Click Here to Take Survey to Win 3 Signed Catholic Kids Books! About the books… *About The Ten Commandments for Kissing Gloria Jean (ages 12-16) by Britt Leigh – Love is patient. Gloria Jean is not. Love is kind. Celiac disease is not. Love never fails. Faith just might. Informed by Theology
We are SO excited and thankful to be a part of Boston’s “God of This City” tour with thousands of worshipers! Meet the Author + Get SIGNED Copies of Award-Winning Children’s Picture Book “Forever You” ($13) and Pre-sales of “Siempre Tu!” ($10) Perfect Christmas gifts for kids ages 4-10, churches,
I heard the slap, followed by a howl from the two-year-old. Rushing into the family room, I went straight for the little one and turned to scold an angry five-year-old. I opened my mouth to speak, took two extra breaths, and thought, “Lord, help me” before I begin. I started
In a world of bullying, name-calling and out-of-control kids, kindness is often the hardest commandment to keep. Even seemingly innocent kids can be cruel, especially when they are caught up in the pack mentality of the schoolyard. How can we teach kids kindness? One way is to use a resource
As we approach the one-year anniversary of “Forever You: A Book About Your Soul and Body,” we’d like to THANK these wonderful contributors for your AMAZING reviews and support! REVIEWS: “With warm art and a warm message, “Forever You” is a strong pick for Christian youths, highly recommended.” -MidWest Book
Nicole Lataif’s next book title is officially in! “I Forgive You: Love We Can Hear, Ask For and Give,” published by Pauline Books and Media will be released in Summer of 2014. A book to teach forgiveness to kids ages 4-8!
KidsFaithGarden.com’s Nicole Lataif and Katie Dardis Singleton will join Allison Gingras in Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC next weekend, September 28th and 29, 2013 for a day retreat for women of all ages to deepen their relationship with Christ and come to a greater understanding of their own feminine identity! Made in His Image: Restoring True Femininity - We
“Give it to me. GIVE it to me. I want it NOW!” Who hasn’t heard those words from a child? (And who didn’t utter them as a child?) Sounds like some patience is in order. But, HOW do we impart patience on our children—and how do we show it ourselves?
Are Christians always called to forgive and forget? Forgive, yes. Forget, no! All too often, Christians mistake the word forgiveness for the word sucker. Forgiveness doesn’t mean being walked on like a doormat, over and over again. We are NOT called to: (1) Get terribly hurt psychologically, sexually, physically or economically
A crash from the kids’ playroom, followed by cries of indignation and anger. The tower the five-year-old has been working on for the last fifteen minutes has been demolished in a second by his three-year-old brother. I hear Older Brother yell, “I can’t believe you did that! Mom…” By the time