Opening your front door to all kinds of people might be one of your most powerful tools in evangelism—and parenting.
When it comes to masculinity, our culture is conflicted, but the Bible is clear: God calls all boys and men to be gentle.
Parenting is a lifelong commitment which undoubtedly has its share of ups and downs. Each stage has its own joys and challenges, and for each one we desperately need God’s grace.
Pilgrim’s Progress is one of the most printed books of all time for good reason. This illustrated and modified version is the perfect introduction to the classic for families with young kids.
A couple of months ago, Elise and I made a chore schedule for our family, and the results have been astounding. Would you consider developing a chore chart for your home?
Fights are often a common occurrence in family life. Is there any way to not have to be constantly breaking up fights? James 4 gets to the bottom of family feuds, and gives us a solution that moves beyond “breaking up” fights to “breaking down” fights.
Dads, take Christ’s illustration in Matthew 6:26 to heart and… build a bird feeder! Go bird watching with your children. Watch how God protects and provides for each little creature. Thank God for His protection and provision in the life of your family. Both your stress and the seemingly little anxieties of your children will be impacted.
For families who want to grow together in both their likeness to Christ and the knowledge of his truth, time in God’s Word together is essential. The Family Worship Series presented by Bible Visuals International is an excellent resource to lead your elementary-age children in this daily learning.
Worry is common to all people who aren’t in control of everything, so worry is common to all people. How does the Bible instruct us to deal with worry? With gospel reason!