When it comes to masculinity, our culture is conflicted, but the Bible is clear: God calls all boys and men to be gentle.
Parenting is a lifelong commitment which undoubtedly has its share of ups and downs. Each stage has its own joys and challenges, and for each one we desperately need God’s grace.
Fights are often a common occurrence in family life. Is there any way to not have to be constantly breaking up fights? James 4 gets to the bottom of family feuds, and gives us a solution that moves beyond “breaking up” fights to “breaking down” fights.
Worry is common to all people who aren’t in control of everything, so worry is common to all people. How does the Bible instruct us to deal with worry? With gospel reason!
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?
Many Christian resources exist that instruct fathers what to do and say with their children, but a man must first find a true passion for the relationship itself if he is to be effective. If a father lacks a godly desire for his own children, no method of parenting will ever bear true fruit.
Teaching your children to resolve conflict requires sacrificing your own comfort for the sake of their growth. But your children—even young children—can learn how to be peacemakers.
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.
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?