Paul David Tripp uses 1 John 4 to define "cruciform" (in the shape of the cross) love and how it shapes the way we relate to our children.
God uniquely designed your kids to reflect certain aspects of His nature. What does this mean for your parenting?
None of the typical motivations against procrastination - good grades, money, better friendships - can compare to giving your kids’ tasks eternal significance.
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?
If we’re honest, we would save our kids if we could. But we can’t. Only God can call their names.
"What about Bible studies?" is one of the questions I hear most often when talking with others about how kids can be included in the life of a Missional Community.
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.
When talking with parents of young children about the idea of being in a Missional Community, of joining a small group of believers who work together to declare and demonstrate the gospel, I usually get one of two responses.