As Christian parents we know we need to correct and train our children. There is one key spiritual discipline that can help us do that well.
Category - Disciple
These articles will help you disciple your children, share the gospel in ways they can understand, and encourage them to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
You may want to know what the job of a Christian parent is. Here we explore this idea through the lens of what we can and can't control.
Here we explore some information and tips on how Christian parents can teach their kids to practice mindfulness biblically.
As Christian parents, we want to raise kids with a strong faith. But what if we are having faith struggles ourselves? Let's look to the Bible for answers.
Now more than ever, we need to raise kids who have deep roots of faith. This post explores a number of different things you can do to disciple your children at every age.
Self-examination and looking deep into our hearts with the eyes of Jesus is a discipline. Here are some concrete ways to help your kids examine their hearts.
Jesus says something really shocking about prayer in John 14. This devotional will help kids understand the intent behind His words.
We all want our children to be wise, kind and good. 2 Timothy 3 tells us the one thing we can do to achieve that.
Heartache and pain can lead to complaining or grumbling. Let's explore the difference between the two with insights from the book of Joel. Includes tips for Christian parents.
Kids need to know the promises of God too. Here's a free printable and some tips for leaning on the promises of God.
Join me as I interview Marybeth Wishart, the author of Parker the Purple Penguin. Learn about the faith and background that inspired this powerful children's story.
Here we explore how parents might use the themes in the book of Song of Songs to address some important but sometimes difficult topics with their children.
Here we dig into Ecclesiastes and find some helpful truths for Christian parents regarding fearing God, storing up treasure and finding meaning in the here and now.
In this article we explore 8 different ways you can live out your faith as a means of modeling your relationship with the Lord for your children.
Christian parents have a responsibility to share the Christian faith with their children. This article encourages us to take a closer look at how we are doing at passing on our faith.
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.
A family devotional guide on the Book of Esther that addresses the need for recognition for good deeds. Includes resources for younger kids.
Here are some insights and tips gleaned from 2 Samuel on how you can help your children grasp and practice the godly character of mercy.