Empower Latter Day Saint Kids Blog
“Am I doing enough?” This is the question that many, if not all parents ask themselves. In a world that keeps getting progressively harder and harder to raise children and to keep them safe, how can we feel that our efforts will even make much difference in the end?
One of the biggest issues that many parents and their children face during this age of COVID 19 is the increased social isolation and loneliness. How do you move forward when all seems so lost and lonely?
As I started thinking about preparing for Conference, I found myself wondering how I might prepare my children to receive guidance as well. After pondering and a little bit of research, I discovered several amazing ways to help prepare children and keep them engaged during Conference.
As you check out these lessons, think and pray about each member of your family. Which of these lessons would benefit your family the most?
There is nothing I want more for my kids than for them to know how to seek the power of the Holy Ghost, and for them to understand how to hear and feel God’s promptings.
Many of the important FHE issues that I have focused on with my kids have to do with the unique challenges they face in this modern age–particularly those dealing with technology.
Questions, especially gospel questions asked in faith, are so important!
Enjoy these great FHE lessons that will help you start various discussions of crucial topics that can be beneficial to helping keep your kids healthy and safe.
Pornography can destroy families and harm kids’ understanding of healthy sexuality. Our Families must build immunity to this incredibly negative force!
As we all adjust to the new changes in our lives, I want to share some much-needed love, encouragement, and connection.
I hope life gets back to semi-normal soon, but I know I can be flexible whatever happens. I’ve learned that much. And I’ve grown closer to my Heavenly Parents. I know that whatever our trials, whatever our frustrations, They are on our side blessing us, guiding us, and listening to us.
In our modern age, our children are going to be confronted with so many varying ideas and beliefs that will conflict with their own. We must set an example and SHOW our kids how to be strong, confident, and resilient in the face of opposition.