Here is a diagnostic tool for helping your children work through doubts about their salvation.
One of the most exciting and terrifying jobs of a parent is to present the decision for salvation to your children. Here are some principles I have tried to follow when working with children, including my own.
I recently read Crazy Busy, by Kevin DeYoung. It’s a great little book, and it helped me a lot. However, one chapter in particular stood out to me. The title of the chapter is “You Need to Stop Freaking Out about Your Kids.” Here are some of the highlights as well as four takeaways.
Is it my job to convict my children? Why is conviction important? How do I do it, and what are some pitfalls to avoid? This article seeks to answer those questions.
To teach our children biblically and effectively, we must employ not only lecture-style instruction but also what Lou Priolo calls “milieu instruction.” Let’s explore what “milieu instruction” is and what it looks like.
The basic elements of family worship are easy to accomplish–simply read, sing, and pray together!
How can we as Christian fathers avoid provoking our children? Here are five safeguards you can put into place to avoid provoking your children to wrath without compromising your parental authority.
One of my least-favorite responsibilities as a dad is disciplining my children. I don’t know about you, but I’d rather just feed them ice cream, play games, and wrestle all day long! However, there are many biblical reasons why it is essential that we train our kids to obey.
Theologian Jonathan Edwards wrote a famous list of 70 resolutions, some of which are incredibly daunting. As we approach the new year, ask yourself, “What changes should you make to be a more Christlike dad this year?”