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It’s Never Too Soon To Share Jesus With Our Kids

It’s Never Too Soon To Share Jesus With Our Kids

6 Over the course of our lives we may hold different jobs and fulfill many different roles, but the Bible makes one thing clear: the moment we become parents, raising children who know and love the Lord becomes our most important mission in life. Start children off on the way they should go, and even when

How Love Can Transform Our Children’s Lives

When it comes to parenting, most of us regard Proverbs 22:6 as our primary parental mission statement from God: Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it. This means that during children’s formative years, we make it a priority to pass down

Tips For Bible Journaling With Our Teenagers

When our children are young, training them in the way they should go is relatively easy (Proverbs 22:6), but as they enter their teen years, guiding them becomes an increasingly challenging process. As parents, we often find ourselves wondering: How do we continue to develop the firm foundation of faith that we’ve already instilled in

Feed Your Body with Rest

Feed Your Body with Rest And my God will meet all your needs according to the riches of His glory in Christ Jesus. — Philippians 4:19 When you look over the course of your day, are there times for rest? Are there moments you can catch your breath, sit down, and reflect? Or are you

Messy Moments of Parenting

“Oh, your kids were so good. They didn’t fight at all. I can watch them anytime.” Have you ever heard words similar to that when picking your kids up from the sitter or after returning from a night out with the hubs? It sounds like a compliment. It is a compliment. While I’m always thankful that they

Good Parenting and the Bible: Two Things That Are Always In Style

Recently my husband and I attended a seminar entitled “Parenting In The Digital Age”. The purpose of this seminar was to teach parents how to protect their children against the technological threats that assail families from inside and outside of the home. As you might expect, we learned about the latest apps to monitor our

Preteen and Teen Years

Raising Daughters of the King – The Preteen & Teen Years

I often hear of how moms struggle to have great relationships with their preteen and teen daughters. Sometimes it’s just the normal stage that many teen girls go through—separating themselves from their mothers to find their own identities. Other times, though, our relationships with our kids are directly impacted by our past family history and

Proverbs 22:6 Train up a Child

Bible Verses About Children

What are some of the key Bible verses about children? Children are the reward of one’s youth. Happy, or blessed, is the man who has a quiver full of them. We hear statements like this nearly every father’s day among the many Bible verses about children. But what does it mean? And, how much is a

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