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How to parent your teen in a biblical way

If you’re struggling to parent your teen, you may feel helpless and hopeless. But you’re not alone- we hear from thousands of parents who are in the same boat as you.

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When Your Teen is Struggling

The world your kids live in today is a mess. As they move into their teen years, they face unimaginable pressures to turn away from the values you worked so hard to instill in their lives.

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What To Do When Your Teen is Drinking

The statistics on teen drinking today are staggering- in a recent survey, over 39% of high school students admitted to drinking alcohol in the last month. So trust your gut on this- if you think your teen is drinking, it’s likely that they already are or at least have thought about it.

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What To Do When Your Teen is Cutting

We’ve put information together for you in a free eBook called What Do I Do When My Teen is Cutting? With encouraging stories from Mark’s years of ministry, practical tone, and a message of redemption and hope.

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Parenting an Adopted Teen

In our new eBook Parenting an Adopted Teen, we’ll guide you through the common issues we’ve seen in adopted teens, answer questions such as, “Do adopted kids have more problems than birth children?”, and give you practical application tips for helping your adopted teen.

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Developing Rules and Consequences

In this resource for you and your teen, you’ll learn how to identify what needs to change in your home, establish boundaries, how to implement those changes, and a belief system for discipline when your teen breaks the rules.

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Keeping Your Teen Safe Online

Just as adults like instant access to the internet, our kids have grown to demand it, too. But as parents, how do we let our kids use this great resource without abusing it? How do we effectively balance a teen’s privacy while protecting them from a dangerous world online?

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Christmas Without Conflict

As Christmas approaches, parent-teen tensions often build because of stresses and emotions that arise from busier schedules, interrupted routines, and holiday expectations on both sides. If Christmas is supposed to be about peace and joy, why is there so much conflict between parents and their teens?

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Teens and Dating

Get practical advice on helping your teen set boundaries in dating relationships, your role as a parent during this time, and sample guidelines for “house rules” when it comes to dating in your home.

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Author: Mark Gregston

Mark Gregston began working with teens more than 40 years ago as a youth minister and Young Life director. He has authored nearly two dozen books, has written hundreds of articles, and is host of the nationally-acclaimed Parenting Today’s Teens podcast and radio broadcast.