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“Parenting” Articles

CHURCH NERDS 11 | Battling Parental Lethargy

Bubba & Anna encourage parents with ideas on how to make the most of extra time with your children, cutting back on screen time and upping the quality time.

Looking Back at the Black Hole: Reflections on the Fortnite Publicity Stunt

With Epic Games’s most recent PR stunt and the launch of Fortnite Chapter 2, LTN writers share their perspectives on the Black Hole Event. From appreciation to critique, writers Zach Carpenter, Ryan Eighmey, and Joey Thurmond discuss what the Black Hole Event has meant to them.

What Can We Learn From How Our Kids Play Video Games?

Despite what you might have heard about video games at your church, Andrew Steier argues that games have much to teach us about perseverance and personal growth.

Humans of Gaming 131 | Rachel Kowert, PhD on Stereotypes and Parenting

Dr. Rachel Kowert joins us to talk about her career research into video game stereotypes, addictions, and World of Warcraft

What Should Parents Know About Call of Duty: Black Ops 4?

Love Thy Nerd is teaming up with Andy Roberts of Family Gamer TV and author of Taming Gaming to help parents make informed decisions about the latest iteration of the wildly popular Call of Duty: Black Ops series.

Nintendo, Sony, Valve, and Microsoft Partner to Announce Adulting Achievements

Achievement unlocked: You're an adult.

Stop Shaming Fortnite Kids

There are better ways to handle Fortnite tantrums than posting them YouTube.

Daddy Daughter Fortnite

Playing Fortnite with your kids is better than playing by yourself.

Dear Fortnite Mom

When a mother's cry for help over her son's Fortnite obsession went viral, we wrote a letter of encouragement to help her and other parents navigate our brave new world of emotes and microtransations.

4 Keys to Winning the Video Game Battle With Your Kids

If we are honest, video games can be a source of conflict in many families. Andy Robertson shares four simple steps to get from gaming stress to interactive edification.