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.
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.
Want to grow closer to God? Want your children to grow closer to God? The key is found in Numbers 12.
Here's a simple truth from Genesis 3 that teaches us and our children that we have a choice to make everyday: will we choose self or Jesus?
Disciplining our children is important. For Christian parents, discipling is even more so. Here we address tips for being and making disciples of Jesus in our own homes.
God cares about our hearts - the motivation behind our behaviors. As Christian parents, we should too.
Make the meaning of Good Friday come alive for your children with this family devotional activity.
We all know that reading to our children is important. Use these precious time to instill character and values with these classic children's books.
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.
What do you do when your kids learn a "bad" word? Here is a simple but effective tool that parents can use to help their children evaluate the words that they hear and say.
Talking to kids about sin doesn't have to be too serious. Use this simple spring-time object lesson to make a lasting impression.
It can be hard to answer kids' questions about Good Friday and the Crucifixion. It's good to be prepared if they do. Here are four common questions kids ask and some kid-friendly answers.
Here is a Good Friday Bible activity and devotional that gives you the language and imagery to help even the smallest child grasp what Jesus did for them on the cross.
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.
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.
Here is an outline for a family worship service at home on the book of Ruth. If you ever find that you can't get your family to church, don't worry. You can bring church to your family!
During the summer it is easy to get lax about many things. One thing we can't let slip is making the most of family devotional time. Here are some fun and creative devotional ideas for you to use this summer with your kids that will be sure to engage and equip.
Perfectionism is a burden that no one should carry. As Christian parents, we can help our children understand that God does not call us to be perfect but sanctified. Here you will learn how to communicate this concept to your children in a way they can understand.
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!