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Parenting is teamwork by Chidi & Victor Akunna

Thank you for the feedback and for helping to rebroadcast the devotional, we truly appreciate your contribution to this vision. Today, we shall be wrapping up our series on “Parenting Dynamics”. Our mission for this series is to see more connected and engaged parents raising talented and exceptional children.

Parenting is teamwork, we need support to achieve the best results. We…

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Parenting: The Making of Royals!

It’s been an awesome ride writing on such an important topic. The best time to shape a leader is not when he/she becomes Martin Luther King Jnr, Hitler, Mother Theresa, Vladimir Putin, but when he/she is still impressionable, “as the twig is bent, so grows the tree” – Elizabeth Campbell. Parenting must begin early, some people say while in the…

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Parenting In An LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) Community by Adeh Jones

Whenever I am privileged to teach on parenting, I always ask these questions… Why are you parenting? What is the source of your parenting idea or information? These questions have a huge role to play in how you effectively parent your children. Parenting in an LGBT community is an overwhelming topic to come to terms with, especially if you have…

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Deliberate Parenting!

Parenting is one of the most powerful tools for changing societies and nations. It is the ability to disciple the next generation. Parenting is influence. It is the opportunity to influence the values, paradigms and lives of another, particularly a toddler, a child or a teenager. Every child is born with a plain mind, a mind devoid of preconceived notions…

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My Father Never Told Me Who I Am!

Yesterday, we started a series on Fatherhood. Today, we would be taking it a step further by discussing about the role of the Father as an identity-giver. According to Dictionary.com the word, ‘identity’, means “the condition of being oneself or itself, and not another”. When your child understands his/her identity, it will serve as an anchor, preventing him/her from drifting…

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