Gentle, Gospel-Centered
Sibling Relationship Building and Conflict Resolution

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Hi, there. I'm Lynna, mom to eight kiddos ages teen to toddler.

I believe that the gospel transforms sibling conflict from an obstacle to an opportunity.

And I believe that, in Christ, you are fully equipped to face sibling conflict with confidence and grace, even if you didn't grow up in a Christian home.

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Recent Podcast Episodes

SRL 26: Handling the Overwhelm of Sibling Conflict

In Episode 25, we talked about how emotional sibling conflict can be for moms. We talked about healthy ways to process and understand those emotions.But what if you can't even ...

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SRL 25: Why Sibling Conflict is So Emotional for Moms

No mom likes sibling conflict. In fact, most of us dread it.But have you ever stepped back to ask yourself why? Why is sibling conflict so stressful for moms? Why ...

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SRL 24: The Only Child

Kind of an odd topic for a sibling podcast, right? Why would people listening to a sibling podcast need to hear about raising an only child? And why would a ...

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Are your kids struggling with extra sibling conflict during this time of quarantine and social distancing? Here are some thoughts to encourage you.

SRL 23: Social Distancing and Sibling Conflict

During this strange time of quarantine and social distancing, you might be noticing and up-tick in sibling conflict in your home.You are not alone.Lots of moms are adapting to new ...

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Popular Articles


Do your children have trouble saying they are sorry or apologizing when they hurt each other? You might be going about it the wrong way. Instead of teaching your children beginning at the first step, I recommend teaching them backwards. Here’s what that looks like.


We are interested in hearts. Motives. Emotions. Reactions. Reasoning. Good questions not only help to bring information to the surface so that we can see it clearly, but so that our kids can see it clearly, too.


Overwhelmed because the kids are constantly fighting? Here are some quick ideas to get some breathing room from sibling bickering an conflicts.

Join the Sibling Relationship Lab mailing list and we'll send you this free guide to give you a head start resolving sibling conflict from a gentle, gospel-centered perspective.

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