How do you get your teenager to behave in a manner pleasing to God? How do you help him or her grow into a committed disciple of Jesus Christ? According to the Apostle Paul in Ephesians 4:17–32, you must begin with the gospel. New birth produces new behavior.
We all need a template to follow as fathers—no matter our upbringing. In God’s grace, he has provided examples for us to follow. Christian dads who father biblically display these five qualities of exemplary fatherhood.
Believing dads love their Bibles. All too often, however, other appetites displace our delight in God’s Word. In this article, we’ll take a look at a psalm devoted to the topic of delight and ask, “How do we grow our delight in God’s Word?” Psalm 1 provides a three-part blueprint for dads who love the Bible but want to love it more.
You want to help your children follow God’s will for their lives, but how are you supposed to know that will? By focusing on what our children might do vocationally at some future point, we forget that God has appointed us to train children to follow God wherever He leads.
Driving every sinful grasp for money is a discontented heart reaching for something to “fix what’s wrong” with your circumstances. As dads, we must lead the way in living a lifestyle marked by contentment and satisfaction.