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The Sinfulness of Sin Chris Pennington

Most kids and dads don’t think about sin accurately. We tend to view sin as an inconvenience, an interruption, or a social ill. But the Bible teaches us to think and parent differently.

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Book Review: The Promises of God Bible Storybook John Dalrymple

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.

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A Very Old Testament Christmas Chris Pennington

For centuries, God’s people longed for the coming of Messiah. As the Christmas promises multiplied, so did the anticipation. This year, turn the whole month into a season of preparation to make the dawning of Christmas morning about more than presents in your home.

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Faith Is Not Blind Chris Pennington

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.

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Be True to Yourself Chris Pennington

Our environment shapes the way we process and interpret life. Perhaps no message is more regularly communicated than, “Be true to yourself.” As Christian dads, we must be on guard and counter these powerful cultural assumptions with Bible truth.