Daniel's faith made him an outcast in Babylon's pagan culture. Christians can often feel ostracized in a society that has succumbed to the world, but Daniel shows us how we must live faithfully in order to survive.
The teenage years are well known for being a time of difficulty and conflict between parent and child. The teenager has a new desire for the privileges of adulthood but must first learn the responsibilities of adulthood. In this video, John Rosemond describes the teenager's desire for freedom and the parents' desire for responsible behavior, and how to achieve balance in a God-honoring way.
In the last forty-five years, the child-centered family has replaced the marriage-centered family.
Modern "experts" have been a wrecking ball in the area of child-rearing. In The Problem with Child Psychology, John Rosemond offers a fresh view of the family and the roles of parents. While revisiting "old-fashioned" methods of child-rearing and offering new ideas, Rosemond shows that parenting is really all about teaching children to think properly.