Do your kids get upset when they don’t get the recognition they feel they deserve? Here’s a family devotional guide on the Book of Esther that addresses this very issue (includes resources for younger kids).
Modern churches seem to fracture families. If we take a look at 1 Chronicles 24-27, we see that families served together. Let’s reconsider how we do church and how families can serve the Lord together.
As Christian parents it is important that we teach our children the seriousness of sin. Here is a fun family devotional that will help make the concept real.
Kids fooling around when they should be listening and learning? Try these tips to get your daily family devotions back on track.
You can worship God anywhere! This article will give you the structure, content and discussion questions for a family home church service on the topic of faith.
Talking to kids about sin doesn’t have to be too serious. Use this simple spring-time object lesson to make a lasting impression.
Valentine’s Day is not just for couples! Try out this idea for a family Valentine’s celebration this year. You will have fun, but more importantly, you will learn valuable information about each and every member of your family.
Christmas is the stage on which our children’s manners are forced into the spotlight. Spending a little extra time in preparation for Christmas can do a lot to warm the hearts of both the giver and the receiver. Here are some quick tips to help your kids get ready for the “big day.”
Evidence of God is everywhere. This is true especially during the Christmas season. Let’s make the most of this opportunity by getting into the habit of saturating our children with the love and presence of God.