Family Research Council

Divine Intervention Makes Parenting Easier


By Tony Perkins
February 07, 2014

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Are you looking for a way to connect with your kids? Try a little divine intervention. Hello, I'm Tony Perkins with the Family Research Council in Washington. Parenting a teenager is hard enough. Trying to raise Godly kids in a culture like ours can seem impossible. What can Moms and Dads do? Well, according to new FRC research, families can keep the faith by practicing it. The National Survey of Children's Health shows that kids who go to church at least once a week have a better relationship with their parents, than teens who never worship. More than half of families who keep the Sabbath scored higher on the positive parenting scale than 48 percent of kids who never spend Sundays in church. FRC isn't the only group that noticed the difference in the parent/child bond. Other studies have found the same link. If you have a better relationship with your Heavenly Father, it's bound to translate to your earthly one.

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