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.
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Memorizing Scripture with Your Children in 2019
Children are like sponges, and there is no better way to take advantage of that during the young years of their brain development than by filling their minds and hearts with eternal, life-giving Truth.
Listen and Love
You can discover a lot about a person when you listen to their words. You learn what they believe, about their passion, about their pain.
Bible Storytelling: Eye to Eye, Mind to Mind, Heart to Heart
God's Word is living and active. It is a seed that produces life. There are no easy answers for the problems and questions of broken people, but there is a Good Teacher who knows all the answers and who gave us His Story to share.
Loving Our Children Effectively | Learning Love Languages
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.
5 Ways to Make Family Discipleship Hands-On
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.
How Early Do You Start Family Devotions?
Four steps for beginning and maintaining effective family devotions with even your youngest kids.
The Case for Messy Devotions
Your goal is not to fix your family (as if they were a broken machine); they are a garden that needs to be routinely tended.
Letter to the Parent of a Strong-Willed Child
The world can look at challenging characteristics in our children as a flaw and say, “If only my child weren’t like this, it would make my job easy.” Those same challenging characteristics are a powerful tool in the right hands.
Family and Ministry: Thriving Inside and Outside the Home
How do we obey Jesus by both discipling and caring well for our children and fulfilling the other commandments we see in Scripture to love and serve others in the capacities that we feel called to?