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Children’s doubts about God

How can we help a young child who is struggling with his faith? Last night during our prayer time my young son tearfully confessed that he's having trouble believing in God. How should I address this?

Understanding teen sexting

As a parent of a teenager, is "sexting" something that I need to be concerned about? I've heard a few stories about this on the news, but I've never felt that my daughter would be susceptible to temptations of this kind. We haven't talked about it because I'm really not up to speed on the technology, nor do I know exactly what's involved. Besides, she's a really good kid. Do you think I should bring up the subject with her?

Social media signs of negative impact on marriage

How can I tell if my involvement with social media – Facebook, Twitter, etc. – is detrimental to my marriage? I don't think this is the case at present, but I don't want to be taken by surprise either. Do you have any words of wisdom for me?

Narcissism personality patterns and concerns

What exactly is a "narcissist"? I've always assumed this is just a popular way of describing an extremely egotistical person, but lately I've heard the word used as if it were some sort of technical term – as if someone could actually be diagnosed with "narcissism." I have a personal reason for asking: My spouse is very self-centered, and his behavior has hurt our relationship in many ways over the years. Now I'm wondering if he might be dealing with a serious psychological problem. What do you think?

Rekindling a marriage as empty nesters

Now that our kids are gone, what can we do to revitalize our relationship? I thought our marriage was healthy and vibrant – that is, until the last of our three children left home. I realize now that it was the kids who brought life into the house, and that so much of our marriage was centered around them and their activities. Without them, my husband and I are lost. I have too much time on my hands. The two of us have nothing in common, and my husband is spending more time at work and with his buddies so that he doesn't have to deal with our issues. What should I do?

How can a woman be made in the image of a male God?

How is it possible for both men and women to be made in the Divine Image when the Bible speaks of God primarily in masculine terms? I'm wondering if all the talk I've been hearing about the biblical basis for equality between the sexes is just an attempt on the part of liberal theologians to "feminize" God.

Evangelizing millennials

What is the best way to communicate the Gospel message to the "millennial" generation? Our church has committed itself to reaching out to this group, but I'm concerned about what I perceive as a tendency to "broaden" the Gospel's appeal to twenty-somethings by watering it down and removing all references to sin, repentance, and judgment. To me this seems like a huge mistake. After all, Jonathan Edwards' sermon "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" touched off one of the greatest revivals we've ever seen. As I see it, the Church is supposed to be proclaiming the truth, not initiating a "dialogue" about it. Can you help me sort this out?

How to avoid spoiling your child

How can my husband and I make sure that we don't overindulge our cute little girl? She has a wonderful sweet personality and everyone in the family has been doting on her since she was born. But now that she's four years old, I'm wondering if she'll ever grow out of this "cute baby" phase. She loves being the center of attention and will "perform" on cue if given the opportunity. Is this normal, healthy behavior? Should we be concerned? What, if anything, should we be doing differently?

Adolescent thinks his parents don’t respect him

How should a teenager respond when his mom and dad seem to have the attitude that he's always trying to get away with something? I've had it with my parents! I'm not a bad kid, but they don't respect me at all. I can't do anything or go anywhere without being subjected to a major inquisition. How can I stand up for my rights and freedoms without running away from home?

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