Parenting

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What Makes My Child Who He Is? Kristopher Schaal

Many Christian parents are looking for a formula to ensure that their children trust Christ as Savior and please Him with their lives. Unfortunately, such a formula doesn’t exist. You must work and pray to the end that your children know and faithfully follow God. This is the work of shepherding your child’s heart. In order to do this work, you must understand that your children are the products of two things: shaping influences and Godward orientation.

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Bible Rules vs Family Rules Guest: Kit Johnson

How can you help your children understand the difference between God’s rules and your family’s rules? Pastor Kit Johnson provides four biblical guidelines to help you communicate your family convictions to your kids.

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Teach Your Children to Remember John Dalrymple

One of our duties as Christian dads is to memorialize God’s goodness. By pointing to God’s works in your family’s past, you can train your children to more clearly see God’s works in your family’s present.

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Unbiblical Parenting Goals Kristopher Schaal

“What is the goal of parenting?” It’s very easy for dads to slip into pursuing the wrong goals in our parenting. Let’s explore some of those common unbiblical goals and then look at what the Bible has to say.

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5 Things Kids Need to Hear Dad Say Chris Pennington

Because our kids are always listening, we should pay attention to what we say. Here are 5 things your kids need to hear you say.

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A Dad’s Job Description John Pate

What job has God given dads to do? Most of us wouldn't walk into a job without a clear job description, but many dads enter fatherhood without one. John Pate proposes a biblical definition.

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Why Do I Get So Mad? John Dalrymple

Anger is an all-too-common reaction from dads. But why? What are the sources of sinful anger? John Dalrymple provides four biblical diagnoses with corresponding solutions.