Opening your front door to all kinds of people might be one of your most powerful tools in evangelism—and parenting.
Using a list to prioritize your callings doesn’t acknowledge the complexity of balance, and it actually might be a tacet accusation of God’s character. What’s wrong with Priority Lists?
Did God invent Christmas? The modern-day Christmas festival, like most such cultural phenomena, is a confusing mishmash of elements and influences. How should fathers sort out and celebrate this holiday “Christianly” with their families?
As my Grandpa Wright’s ordinary life nears its end, I am struck by the extraordinary legacy of godliness he leaves behind. How? What virtues of Christ were visible in him? Who must I be now, by God’s grace, if I want to reach the end of my life with the same legacy of godliness? Here’s an edifying personal reflection on my grandfather’s life, near its end.
We must fight on more than one front in order to protect our time with God in His Word. Choose only one battle front, and our devotional habit may suffer. Fight on all three fronts, and the habit can last. Get triple protection!
Every household gets accidentally too busy from time to time. Here’s one principled way to tackle an unruly family schedule, by treating time more like we treat our money.
Mealtimes are more than a mundane necessity for families. They can be a multi-purpose opportunity! Here is some practical advice rooted in biblical priorities for making the most of family mealtimes.
Conversations essential to family culture can tempt us to gossip. Why do we gossip in the home? What havoc can this vice wreck in our homes?
The work of contentment is not merely to lower your expectations or settle for current circumstances as “OK, I guess.” It is to open your eyes to the abundance God has lavished on you (and your family) exactly as and where you are.