What do you pray for your children? Join Andy Gleiser in this post as he draws four principles of prayer from the apostle Paul's prayer life.
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!
Dads often don’t have all the answers. We don’t know what to do. We can’t fix problems. So dads, we need to pray!
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?
We all know that we probably shouldn’t yell at our kids. But we may not have thought about why. Explore three reasons why a Christian dad should not yell at his kids.
Only when our children understand sin biblically can they see the heart of God and truly hear the gospel story.
Are you looking for trustworthy books about the Bible for your children to read or have read to them? Join Andy Gleiser in this post as he reviews a helpful book on the Bible for children first released in 2004.
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.
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?