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Family Mission: Teams Share a Common Goal

Family Mission: Teams Share a Common Goal

Jason came from what looked like the perfect Christian family. But, Jason never made his faith his own. Jason’s parents were heavily involved in their church. They all pitched in, with his parents running the youth group and Jason on drums with the worship team. They went to all the youth rallies and never missed

When Parenting Isn’t Perfect: Imperfect Parenting

We’ve established that perfection is the enemy of parenting. We know that the key to developing a good home life isn’t pushing your kids to get all A’s or asking them to habitually knock in the winning run. We need to take our cues from Jesus. Just as grace is critical in our spiritual life,

Parenting: The Hardest Job You’ve Ever Done

  I think all parents would agree that parenting is the hardest thing they’ve ever done. It’s a big job to raise up little people to love God, love others, and be responsible adults. It’s a job that requires great patience, wisdom, and love. It’s a job that we could never do well alone.  Thankfully,

Five Ways to Encourage Kids to Do Big Things for God

If you are a parent, you know how your children rely on you for everything!  Especially us moms.  I saw a post on Facebook that summed it up perfectly: My kids will walk right past their father sitting on the couch, and come bang on the shower door for me to open their fruit snack. Right? 

How to Raise Compassionate and Caring Kids

How to Raise Compassionate and Caring Kids

How do we raise children who are selfless, not selfish, in a society that says it’s okay to be self-serving and focus on our needs first? How do we teach them to love their neighbors, and to be compassionate and caring toward all God’s people? We begin by teaching our children the foundational biblical principles

Teaching Our Children Through Parables

Parenting is hard. I think it’s safe to say that every parent can relate to that statement. So many times I find myself crawling into bed at the end of the day, completely beat. It is in those quiet, dark moments that I find myself questioning my actions throughout the day. Did I react too

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