What’s the difference between guilt and conviction? Here we explore the differences using Psalm 51 and include some ways we can use this knowledge in parenting.
Me first! This is a common cry among young children who are developmentally in a self-oriented phase. As Christian parents, we can address this focus on self through correction and encouragment.
Talking to kids about sin doesn’t have to be too serious. Use this simple spring-time object lesson to make a lasting impression.
Going beyond behavior is one of the underlying principles of CfP. Here is a parenting printable on the Fruits of the Spirit that will help you do just that.
How many times a day do you find yourself telling your kids to “be nice”? We can help them “be nice” to others by teaching them concrete ways to show love. This family activity will help your kids see and understand a simple but powerful way to show love to the most important people in their lives.
This post challenges Christian parents to help children grasp the depths and truths of what prayer really is by using fun games and a visit to a vending machine!
As Christian parents, we need to go beyond the do’s and don’ts of parenting and enter the arena of training. Find out how you can use your family’s rules as a foundation for creating training activities that can help to transform hearts.
Idols of the Old Testament were made of wood and stone. Today our idols stare back at us from the mirror. The disease of selfishness is spreading. As Christian parents we need to daily fight it off, in ourselves and in our children. Here’s an activity you can do with your children to help them develop “eyes to see” the needs of those around them.