What You Can Learn About God from Your Childhood

I realized that instead of appreciating that God made me wonderfully curious, creative, and artistic, I have spent most of my adulthood looking back on my younger self—naming myself—as “that weird little girl” I used to be. By Aubrey Sampson, adapted from her new book Known. I recently walked through...

6 Educational Books to Read with Your Preschooler

Children who are preschool-age are curious and tend to ask a lot of questions. Help your preschooler learn and grow this fall with these eight educational books that cover a variety of topics from questions about God to manners—and everything in between!  For your future scientist . . .  God...

Help Your Tween Girl Avoid the Comparison Game

by Sherry Kyle and originally posted on Tyndale Stories When was the last time you heard your tween girl compare herself with others? Maybe the person she is comparing herself to is better at sports, gets better grades, or has more friends. Or maybe she has perfect hair, flawless skin,...

My Imagination Station Adventures

Who knows? You could have your own Imagination Station adventure! by Bethany Russell and originally posted on Read The Arc I don’t recall the first time I listened to an Adventures in Odyssey episode. My parents must have started playing these audio dramas for us in our tape decks⁠—one in...

7 Resources for Parents at Every Phase

Parenting isn’t easy. Maybe you’re a new parent, or maybe your children have entered a new phase of life. Read on for resources for different phases in the parenting journey. For the New Parent: The Lifegiving Parent by Clay and Sally Clarkson From the family that brought you The Lifegiving...