Resolving Those Parent-Child Conflicts, Part 2

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Summary: Apr 25, 2013 - Apr 29, 2013 Matthew 5:23-24; 18:21-35 Conflicts are inevitable in every family. And learning to resolve them is of vital importance. Sometimes parents create the conflict. Often busy and preoccupied, moms and dads react with impatience and irritability. Their words and actions wound their sons and daughters, leaving scars that don't go away. Children commonly offend their parents as well by acting selfishly, responding angrily, and blurting out thoughtless words that hurt their parents. Such behavior also results in lingering wounds that fester over the years. Biblical Parenting read more