1. Be Dependable

I Cor. 4:2 “Now it is required that those who have been given much must prove to be faithful.

Dependable Parent - Journey Through Divorce


We are stewards of the children God has given us and God will hold us accountable for their care. To be a dependable parent:


  • Fulfill obligations in a timely way, without hassle and without using our children to manipulate the other parent.
  • Respect the other parents rights. Offer to pass along important information to the other parent and continue to keep them updated on situations that involve your children.
  • Plan regular meetings by phone or in person, so that the other parent sees that it is a priority to keep them informed of issues concerning the children.
  • Do not ignore their concerns. Listen and act accordingly.