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.
What should fathers do when they feel like frequent failures? Grasp the Rock of the Word for strength, stability, and grace.
The work of contentment is not merely to lower your expectations or settle for current circumstances as “OK, I guess.” It is to open your eyes to the abundance God has lavished on you (and your family) exactly as and where you are.
Driving every sinful grasp for money is a discontented heart reaching for something to “fix what’s wrong” with your circumstances. As dads, we must lead the way in living a lifestyle marked by contentment and satisfaction.
Why gather with a particular church family? Similar standards? Excellence in worship? Quality kids programs? Have you ever valued a church family because it provided your kids with healthy diversity, loving accountability and ministry opportunities?
Is it my job to convict my children? Why is conviction important? How do I do it, and what are some pitfalls to avoid? This article seeks to answer those questions.
What place does the church play in your family’s life? More than religious childcare and networking opportunities, the church is a family that is essential for the spiritual growth of you and your children. Here are the first three of six reasons why your kids need a church family.
The job of parenting is overwhelming. How exactly do you raise a child to love, honor, know, and cherish God with all his heart, soul, and mind? In my family we’ve found faithfully sticking to a few simple practices each day shapes our home in ways that grand plans never can. In short, we’ve seen God begin to build our home through our ordinary, daily practices.
Theologian Jonathan Edwards wrote a famous list of 70 resolutions, some of which are incredibly daunting. As we approach the new year, ask yourself, “What changes should you make to be a more Christlike dad this year?”