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?
All of us live with limitations. We have health limitations, financial limitations, time limitations, energy limitations, talent limitations, family limitations, house limitations, job limitations, and the list goes on and on.We can try to muscle through our limitations in pride, or we can accept them in humility as good gifts from God.
Fatherhood is under attack in our world today. Where can we as Christian dads draw encouragement and inspiration in times such as these? Look no further than God the Father.
We have a pool in our backyard. We also have young children. What steps do we take to protect them? 1) A fence, 2) swim lessons, and 3) supervision. Learn how these steps relate to protecting our teens online.
Beneath all our pushing of our children must flow a “Never-Stopping, Never Giving Up, Unbreaking, Always and Forever Love.” Christian Dad, has God’s unconditional love in Christ taken root in your soul? Do your children know that you love them unconditionally?
The recent Dobbs Decision has highlighted a major worldview divide in our country over whether abortion is ethical. However, beneath this ethical question, there is also a value judgment: are children a blessing or a curse?
Does God punish children for the sins of their parents? How are we to understand these statements from Exodus 20:5, 34:7, and Deuteronomy 12:9? How should we respond as parents?
As my wife Elise and I worked on this article together, we enjoyed reflecting on some lessons God has taught us through change during the past eleven years of our marriage.
The Bible is your best parenting power tool, but you must know how to use it. 2 Timothy 3:16–17 says that the Bible has four uses, the first of which is “doctrine.” We use the Bible for doctrine when we instill a Christian worldview into our children using the Bible.