Opening your front door to all kinds of people might be one of your most powerful tools in evangelism—and parenting.
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?
Dads, take Christ’s illustration in Matthew 6:26 to heart and… build a bird feeder! Go bird watching with your children. Watch how God protects and provides for each little creature. Thank God for His protection and provision in the life of your family. Both your stress and the seemingly little anxieties of your children will be impacted.
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?
Family life is busy life. But if you lead your family in your busyness you can find joy and fulfillment in a full life together.
Sunday can be the most satisfying, joy-filled and joy-provoking, and indeed, worshipful, day of the week for you and your family.
We as husbands and fathers are called to lead in how our families prioritize and pursue recreation. God’s Word has valuable truths to communicate about this topic, so family fun provides us with a wonderful opportunity to lead biblically.
Reading regularly exposes your children to distant lands and cultures, breeds a healthy imagination and curiosity, and expands their horizons for God. As a dad, you have a special role in providing this gift.
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.