Our homes, our kitchens, our comfy couches, or even our loud, messy toy rooms can play one of the most important roles in the making of disciples.
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As parents who love Jesus, our greatest goal should be to disciple our children to love and obey God, and one of the best ways to do that is through our daily conversations.
Does your child know that you love them? How do they know? Learning your child's love language can be an effective tool for showing your love for them and teaching them to love others too.
How do you know the truth is sticking with your kids? Here are five ways you can make a greater impact in family discipleship to effectively impart truth that stays with your kids long after they have grown and left home.
Talking to our children about hell is not an easy thing. But the reality is that if we give our children an accurate portrayal of the gospel, it must include the eternity of pain we are spared from when we believe in the gift of salvation that Jesus purchased for us.
It is essential that as we teach our children the importance of service, it is done by prayerfully and intentionally pointing them back to the ultimate Servant, Jesus Christ.
Do you dream that the hearts of your children would catch the vision of a life wholly given to Jesus? Do you pray for them to stand strong in the fight of faith and to be used by God to gain spiritual ground in this world for His glory?
In the mundane, daily moments, it can be easy to lose sight of the mission field right in your own home.
As parents, it’s our responsibility to train our children, both in words and in example, what it looks like to live for God in all facets of life.
Young children are like sponges, and there is no better way to take advantage of that than by filling their minds and hearts with eternal, life-giving Truth.