Helping our children be ‘quiet’

In a world filled with noise, busyness and activity, how do we ensure that we prioritise quiet times with our children? Mother-of-five Alison Keddilty unpacks some common myths and offers helpful advice

What’s on your ‘to do’ list today? Laundry? Shopping? Returning library books? Teaching your pre-schooler about the omnipresent God? As parents, not only...

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