The coming wave of homework, deadlines, and meetings is daunting. And when that wave crashes, it can quickly wash away my good intentions to be more disciplined in the things that matter.
Here's a simple activity to help your family remember God's goodness to you throughout the year.
In our godly desire to keep our kids safe, have we also kept our children from following Jesus wherever he might lead them?
However you decide to lead your family this Halloween, chances are your kids will be jealous of what some of their friends get to do that they can't participate in. How can you respond with truth and love?
So often we forget this simple truth: God is a working God who created us to work. And the “us” means all of us, our grade school, middle school, and high school kids included.
None of the typical motivations against procrastination - good grades, money, better friendships - can compare to giving your kids’ tasks eternal significance.
As parents, we need others investing in our kids. Men and women that will be on the same team, telling them the same truths that we are. Here's why.
A Third Place is a place where your Christian community and your friends that do not believe in Jesus can connect with each other.
Most guys fail to parent their children well because they don’t know how to parent themselves.
The best way to ground young people in the Word and to empower them for future ministry is to involve them in a mission-based youth group.
What most families need is not to do more things, but do live out their calling as a missionary in the things they are already doing. To be on mission, families don't need a shift in activity, but a shift in identity.