Share the gospel with someone in another country? Sure. With your unbelieving aunt? No way. Why is it so complicated with family?
While the Christian marriage is likely full of benefits for both parties, it is not primarily designed to benefit both parties. It is meant, first and foremost, to put Christ on display.
As parents, how are we to help our children navigate this sinful world and its complexities? Sean Nolan shows how we can locate ourselves (and our children) in the right place in redemptive history.
Scott Slayton lays out two reasons you need to give time and attention to you children, along with four tips to help you make the time.
God loved us and sent his Son to die for us, even when we were different. The church, likewise, should love special needs people.
Corrective discipline—which leads to a child’s self-discipline—opens the door to more freedom and accomplishment for our children.