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.
Beneath all our pushing of our children must flow a “Never-Stopping, Never Giving Up, Unbreaking, Always and Forever Love.” Christian Dad, has God’s unconditional love in Christ taken root in your soul? Do your children know that you love them unconditionally?
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.
When we try to love our families and fall short, maybe it’s time to look elsewhere. Where can we find a true, reliable source of love? The Bible tells us that there is only one person who can enable us to love our children. This article takes a closer look at Him and His amazing love for our families.
Nearly every dad has experienced an innate love and care for his children. Sometimes, however, the going gets tough, and love is tested. How do you know if you really love your children like God desires? In 1 Corinthians 13:4–8, Paul gives us a picture of how God describes love.
To teach our children biblically and effectively, we must employ not only lecture-style instruction but also what Lou Priolo calls “milieu instruction.” Let’s explore what “milieu instruction” is and what it looks like.
God gives every parent a special love for their kids but sometimes we as dads aren’t always good at showing it. It’s possible that one or more of these four ways to love your children will be difficult for you, but each one is important.