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(article) Even while God sets the challenge and provides the instruction for parenting, he makes no guarantees about the result.
(Video) Every mom and dad needs to have these questions at the ready. They're simple enough to use with a toddler, yet mature enough to use with a teen or young adult.
(Article) Being a stay-at-home mom or a CEO doesn't define you or prove your worth.Read More
(Article) I once was that prodigal child, but by God's grace, my parents did not give up on me.Read More
(Article) Our humdrum, ordinary, simple days are important because we believe they are important to God.Read More
(Article) Mother's Day is a sweet opportunity for Christians to celebrate one of God's most significant means of his common and redeeming grace.Read More
(Article) My kids don't need to see a Super Mama....They need to see a Mama who needs a Super God.Read More
It may surprise us to learn how many of our Christian heroes were shaped by the attentiveness and godliness of their mothers.Read More
An excerpt from Jay Yount's book on how to talk to your kids about sex.Read More
For the most part, we parents consider it a privilege to supply answers, but then there are days the “why’s” won’t stop. As much as we want to help our kids learn and grow, incessant “why’s” can wear on even the most enthusiastic parentRead More
Paul Tripp It's important to remember that you're parenting worshipers. If you're parenting worshipers, this means that what controls the heart of your child will then control his behavior.Read More
David Murray If there’s one lesson I’ve learned in parenting five kids (now aged 2, 12, 14, 18, 19), it’s the need for patience. I now believe that patience is Christian parents’ greatest need. Here are six areas of parenting where I’ve learned (and am learning) to exercise patience.Read More
Jenni Naselli When young moms gather, birth is a natural connection point. These conversations can be funny, fascinating, and occasionally terrifying. And as you contemplate your own birth plans, remember that God loves both you and your child and knows what both of you need mostRead More
Abigail Dodds G.K. Chesterton says in his Emancipation of Domesticity that a woman who has made the home her domain “may develop all her second bests.” In a world that runs on specialization, this is an enigma, to be sure.Read More
Kathy Davis The walk of loving a prodigal is a platform that the Lord has given us to live out the truths we teach and to proclaim the gospel we believe. There are two keys:Read More