One of the many marvels of family life is the discovery that children are inherently spiritual and eager to share their questions and experiences in the safe sanctuary of home. The challenge for parents is to listen, be open, and be fellow companions on their children's spiritual journeys.

Our digital age, with its many distractions, has added new challenges for parents who want to nurture their children's spiritual lives. Here are some new books that identify key issues and provide helpful advice and strategies for providing a conducive milieu for lifelong thriving; encouraging conscious, confident , and caring kids; using mindfulness as an antidote to stress and difficult emotions; and raising more joyful and attentive kids.

How to Raise a Wild Child
Creative and adventuresome suggestions for helping youth reconnect with the natural world.

Parenting in the Age of Attention Snatchers
Helpful strategies for dealing with problems resulting from children's use of digital media.

Parenting with Presence
Ways for parents to encourage their children to move through life with passion and respect.

A Still Quiet Place
An eight-week program that shows how paying attention and stillness can be effective antidotes to stress and anxiety.

We've also gone into our reviews archives for a few more relevent and still timely books on spiritual parenting.

The Parent App
A well-organized and presented exploration of parenting in a digital world.

Raising Happiness
Relevant and realistic wisdom about wisdom and parenting.

The Spiritual Child
A pre-eminently wise, practical, and inspirational book for parents eager to support their children's spiritual journeys.