Truths and Tips for Discipling Teens

Author:
Jen Oshman
Date:
March 26, 2023
Type:

Amidst many resources for advice on raising teenagers, Jen Osman shares her own family's approach and reminds us that Jesus' love for our children is even greater than our own.

(The links below may also be helpful.)

"Every parent of teenagers feels at a loss once in a while (or once in an hour!). A quick perusal on Amazon nets hundreds of books on adolescent psychology, talking to teens, decoding the teen mind, and navigating teen emotions. Not a few of us are trying to figure this out.

My husband and I are still in the thick of parenting and discipling our kids who range in age from 15 to 25. The finish line is yet in the distance. So as a fellow sojourner and not a seasoned expert, I humbly offer some truths we’re clinging to and practices we’re applying as we go."

Image: Photo by Gaelle Marcel on Unsplash

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