Turning Your Child’s Focus Inside Out

As parents, you can use your children’s natural tendency to pick up on differences to foster a heart of gratitude and develop a habit of intercession for others.

It Takes a Village to Raise Kids

As parents, we need others investing in our kids. Men and women that will be on the same team, telling them the same truths that we are. Here's why.

The Hope of Imperfect Moms

I am going to fail my children in so many ways. I am going to sin against them every day. But – doesn’t that mean every day is full of opportunity?

Kids Don’t Stick to the Script

There's a script that all Christians tend to adhere to, where everything is "fine." Kids don't stick to the script... and that is one of the best reasons to include them in your community.

Put This On Your Calendar

Consider the time we spend planning our business versus the amount of time we spend planning our marriage.

4 Ways to Serve Others with Little Ones at Home

Some days, serving your family and keeping the kids alive is all you can do. But, other days there is grace to do a little more and to serve the Body, even amidst the craziness and chaos.

Preparing Teens for College (and Adulthood)

Our teens’ first years outside the home don’t need to be a period of spiritual apostasy and professional wandering. With God’s help, we can set them on a God-honoring trajectory.

I Will Tell Her A Million Times

Have you ever felt like you tell your children the same truths over and over, with no change? So have I. But I'll tell my daughter the gospel a million times if that's what it takes.

Three Key Words for Moms

When moms understand the three words "calling," "seasons," and "balance," they have a much clearer picture of what their life and priorities are to look like.

Missional Moms Post from Verge | Women

To be sure, mothers do make sacrifices for their children in a thousand little ways each day. But we have to define and evaluate these things with an eternal perspective.