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.
Category - Make Disciples
Helping your kids to be more like Jesus
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.
Now more than ever, we need to reflect on God's promises. Here's a printable and some encouragement to help you do just that.
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 their faith with their children. This article encourages us to take a closer look at how we are doing at passing on our faith.
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.
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?
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.
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.
Christian parents want children who follow the Lord. But what that looks like might not be what we'd expect.
A free printable filled with simple prayers you can offer to the Lord on behalf of your children.
We all know that reading to our children is important. But you can also use this precious time to instill character and values. Here we will explore how as well as some examples.
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.
Do your kids have a God-complex? Do they simply speak and expect results? Here is one simple idea Christian parents can use to reinforce the importance of submission.
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.
Parenting is not an easy job - it is hard work. It is also *heart* work. Keeping the right focus can help us parent the part of our kids that has eternal value: the heart.