Talking with Little Ones about Death I have a very sensitive 6 year-old boy. Recently we watched a movie where one of the lead actors died. It really scared him and led to a lot of tears. I started to … Continue reading Talking with Little Ones about Death
Below, you will find an Old Testament chronology for 4 to 10-year-olds. You can teach each of the Bible stories, then memorize the corresponding saying. Children can quickly memorize this chronology. Listen to the audio file along with reading the … Continue reading The Children’s Chant
If you have more than one child, you may find that it is easier to connect with certain ones more than others. Maybe one has a similar sense of humor or sees the world a little more like you do … Continue reading The Child I DON’T Naturally Connect with
Being a Family on Mission Do you have a plan for getting your children involved in missions? When we think of missions, Matthew 28:19-20 typically comes to mind. This is the classic passage where Jesus commissions the disciples after his … Continue reading Be a Family on Mission
Do your children get grumpy when you tell them to put down the device, shut off the game system or movie? Have you noticed that you are obsessed with Facebook, your favorite Netflix show or constantly window shopping on your … Continue reading Are You Ready For A Media Fast?
Repentance is one of the most difficult things in the Christian life. As families work through this resource together, they will learn the steps that are necessary for true repentance to happen. Try reading one chapter each night as a … Continue reading What Is Repentance?
Is My Child Ready for Baptism? Is my child ready for baptism? I hear this question quite a bit from families. Many are skeptical and want me to talk with their child to see why he/she is interested in baptism. … Continue reading Is My Child Ready for Baptism?
In January of 1976, a young woman found out that she was pregnant. Her and her husband had been struggling financially for quite sometime. They already had three children and this news was an unwelcomed surprise. Her husband encouraged her … Continue reading A Young Woman Who Chose Life
Does your family struggle with unresolved conflict? In order to keep from growing bitter, families must resolve conflict God’s way. Try using this resource with your family as a way to begin practicing confession of sin in your home. Continue reading What Is Confession of Sin?
I remember when my wife first came to me with the idea of adoption. I wasn’t open to it at all. Several years had went by in our marriage without being able to have children. After an operation, and a … Continue reading Thanking God for Infertility