Opening your front door to all kinds of people might be one of your most powerful tools in evangelism—and parenting.
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.
If you are looking for a children’s Bible storybook that is “conversational, whimsical, and biblically faithful,” consider adding The Promises of God Storybook Bible to your rotation of family devotion Bibles.
How can you and I make a difference this year, in our personal lives, our families, and our communities? The Scripture indicates that it is the small habits of obedience that will make the biggest difference. Three basic habits, when done over the long haul, will have a big impact this year.
As a Christian dad, how you think and talk about faith carries heightened importance because your conception of faith will filter down to your children. The Bible constantly encourages us to have faith in God because he is trustworthy. God wants us to express this kind of honoring faith to him.
Why doesn’t the slogan, “Do as I say, not as I do” ever work with your kids? Because often when it comes to parenting, “actions speak louder than words.” If you are going to effectively disciple your children, they need to see that YOU walk with God!
It’s easy to be caught up in the day-to-day activities of being a dad and forget this sobering truth: your children need something that you cannot give them. They need their eyes opened. In 1 Corinthians 2, we meet the only Person who can open blind eyes.