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We are helping children and families meet life’s toughest challenges. If the family is the foundation of our society, then building healthy homes and families should be a top priority for us all. That is the philosophy behind ChristianWorks for Children.

With its foundation deeply rooted in Christian principles, the purpose of ChristianWorks for Children is to help children and their families meet and overcome even the most difficult challenges in their lives. We strive to facilitate the building of a healthy, loving family for every child we meet.

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From Our Blogs

The First Three Years: An Encouraging Letter to New Dads

By Allison Hurst

on June 12, 2024

I told my husband that I was pregnant during his lunch break one February Tuesday. We were smack in the middle of an ice storm that had resulted in a large portion of the DFW metroplex being without electricity, and the temps were resting in single digits for days on end. As one of the […]

The First Three Years: An Encouraging Letter to New Dads

By Allison Hurst

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on June 12, 2024

I told my husband that I was pregnant during his lunch break one February Tuesday. We were smack in the middle of an ice storm that had resulted in a large portion of the DFW metroplex being without electricity, and the temps were resting in single digits for days on end. As one of the […]
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Guilt and Shame: A Christian Therapist’s Perspective

The views expressed in this article are of the individual writer and not necessarily representative of each counselor who works at ChristianWorks for Children. The first time I watched the movie Moana, a scene toward the end of the movie absolutely entranced me. The underlying themes of identity, shame, and healing are blatant. If I […]
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How to Help Your Child Navigate Mistakes

By admin

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on August 4, 2023

“You didn’t make it to the potty, but we will try again next time,” I cheerily say for what feels like the ten thousandth time. Once her back has turned, I hang my head in exhaustion. Have you ever thought about what it was like to be potty trained all those years ago? I do. […]
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