When it comes to masculinity, our culture is conflicted, but the Bible is clear: God calls all boys and men to be gentle.
Christmas morning is a highlight in our home but it can also expose the ugly materialism and selfishness in our hearts. How can we help our kids avoid materialism this Christmas season?
How would you like a versatile tool that is guaranteed to never wear out and always stay sharp and strong? Chances are you already have it. The question is, are you using it?
If you want to lead your family well, love your wife. If you want to love your wife well, take time to ask her intentional questions about her heart and your marriage. Here are five starter questions to regularly ask your wife so you can lead her, love her, and care for her well.
Many Christian parents hold Ephesians 6:1-2 in their back pocket ready to whip out at any time to remind their children how they must honor and obey. But what does God say about the way we must treat our children? Does the Bible actually instruct us to honor our kids?
As a pastor, I’ve found that many children understand salvation and yet know very little about the significance of baptism. Here are some basic teaching points about baptism that you can use as you talk with your kids.
Why gather with a particular church family? Similar standards? Excellence in worship? Quality kids programs? Have you ever valued a church family because it provided your kids with healthy diversity, loving accountability and ministry opportunities?
What place does the church play in your family’s life? More than religious childcare and networking opportunities, the church is a family that is essential for the spiritual growth of you and your children. Here are the first three of six reasons why your kids need a church family.
God gives every parent a special love for their kids but sometimes we as dads aren’t always good at showing it. It’s possible that one or more of these four ways to love your children will be difficult for you, but each one is important.