3 Disciplines for Teaching Grace to Kids

Because Jesus came, kids can help shape the culture rather than being shaped by it. They can radiate with a new identity, one that’s not based in earning or deserving.

The Santa Question

No matter how your family celebrates Christmas, you will have to face “the Santa question” at some point.

How To Tell If Your Child Is Ready For Baptism

While a child's desire to get baptized is always an occasion to rejoice, it's important for parents to discern when is the right time to celebrate this important step in every Christian's life.

Instilling Identity In Your Kids This Halloween

However you decide to lead your family this Halloween, chances are your kids will be jealous of what some of their friends get to do that they can't participate in. How can you respond with truth and love?

Halloween Is Not Important

To trick-or-treat or not to trick-or-treat­—that is the question. Parents everywhere are weighing the pros and cons of taking part in the impending Halloween holiday. Here's some much-needed perspective.

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.

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?

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.