Play takes our focus off feeling responsible and weighed down with work; it awakens our intellect, provokes our sense of wonder, and refreshes our souls.
By Linda Howard, Associate Publisher of Children’s Books, and Katrina Cassel, author of The One Year Book of Bible Trivia for Kids
It seems like just weeks ago you were counting down to the last day of sch
“Though you may not always get it right in the moment, your ongoing presence and commitment to showing up in the lives of your spouse and kids instills in them the fullness of your love.
Although Jesus had one of the most packed schedules in his 33 years of life, the Son of God still knew where to draw his boundaries and make sure he was giving himself room to grieve and breathe, so that he could go bac
Father’s Day is next weekend. For those who have had their gifts picked out, shipped, and wrapped already, this post is for you, too: to share with your well-meaning but last-minute shopper friends and family.
Photo credit: Juliane Liebermann
“Wisdom is valuable at any stage of life!”
by Isabella Graunke
We’ve heard it before, and it will always hold true—the Bible is the ultimate source of wisdom
Parenting by Paul David Tripp
December it was The Tech-Wise Family, and now, for January, it’s Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family, by Paul Tripp.
The Lord said to Moses, “I have heard the Israelites’ complaints. Now tell them, ‘In the evening you will have meat to eat, and in the morning you will have all the bread you want.
As your child enters the teen years, think of your family as a team. Every team has well-defined objectives or goals, and all the players need to understand the goals and rules.
Your child may face rejection and teasing for sharing the gospel. Make sure children understand that their role is to share, and the Holy Spirit takes it from there.