Teens and Forgiveness


Maybe it was something your son said.  Perhaps it was something your daughter did.  Whatever the mistake made, there are times when forgiving our teens is the hardest thing we can do.  On this edition of Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston encourages moms and dads to keep extending grace to those under their wing.  Learning to forgive and ask forgiveness … on Parenting Today’s Teens!

Parenting Today’s Teens radio, as well as the weekly Parenting Today’s Teens e-mail Newsletter is sponsored by Heartlight Ministries.

The Middle School Years


It seemed like yesterday that you were changing your son or daughter’s diapers, but all of a sudden, your child is on the threshold of being a teenager.  So how can parents begin strengthening the relationship with their middle-schooler now in preparation for the challenges of the teen years ahead?  Today on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston sits down with junior high pastor, Sean Meade, to give moms and dads some helpful tips for this stage of a child’s life.  Another fun and informative edition of Parenting Today’s Teens … with Mark Gregston!

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Clear Boundaries for Teens


Guidelines that are too rigid may suffocate our kids.  Restrictions that are too vague may cause our teens to run right over them.  How does a responsible parent navigate between the two extremes?  Today on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston gives moms and dads concrete advice on building clear boundaries in their home, and we’ll here from a student’s perspective on the topic of boundaries.  Learn how to erect guidelines that both protect and free your child … with Mark Gregston on Parenting Today’s Teens.