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Nobody ever said parenting would be easy. All the daily struggles seem to keep getting in the way.
When tragedy strikes, such as major illness, our first reaction is to get frustrated that our ability to parent has been hindered.
If we haven’t experienced it, we know someone who has—a child who was raised in a good Christian home but left it all behind.
We must teach our children how to deal with the subtle thinking of this world that wars against our faith. Knowing your child involves far more than lecturing on what to believe. It mandates conversation and asking questions.It requires the Deuteronomy 6 method of discussing God’s Word, day and night.
Raising children to serve God doesn’t happen by itself. Parents must intentionally engage their children in step-by-step training towards this higher goal. One step is to remind your children that God has given you authority for their own protection and good.
In addition to ensuring that your children receive meaningful instruction from the church, parents are responsible to build a biblical worldview in your children on a daily basis. Parents, you can become more involved in many ways.
Our children should acquire an understanding of evolutionary ideas, particularly as it contrasts with a biblical creation viewpoint.
Getting to the heart of disobedience is difficult and time consuming, but it is our only hope of lasting change.
Parents, if you desire to demonstrate biblical love to your children, then exercise biblical discipline. Our culture would benefit greatly from parents disciplining their children God’s way.
Have you ever been deeply disappointed by your young children?
Your view of submission—an annoying hassle or of infinite value—will make all the difference in your children’s perception.
Are you committing a form of “child abuse”? If you are teaching your child that God’s Word in Genesis is true, then Dr. Lawrence Krauss believes you are indeed committing child abuse.
Apart from God, fathers must make family their spiritual priority.
Living a life of love across ethnic boundaries lets the world—and our children—see the validity of our faith.
Sometimes children think it is unfair that little children and even animals die.
It’s hard to imagine that our written words of encouragement to our children can act as a lifelong inspiration to them.
Isn't that where we want to lead all our children. . .to embrace the cross of Christ, our Creator and Redeemer?
Parents are responsible to boldly use resources to raise their children with a biblical worldview.
Camping trips are great family vacations because they provide many opportunities for parents, especially dads, to teach their children.
Parents will find the following resources helpful in teaching their children godly principles.
My husband Richard and I developed the God’s Design science curriculum.
Dad, have you ever caught yourself asking this question? “There is much religious motion in our home, but there seems to be little religious passion. What’s the problem?”
Just as God made the role of a diligent dad clear, He has also made His intentions known regarding the role of a godly mom.
Resources for developing a biblical worldview.
This Sunday, May 8, the USA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Italy, and others celebrate the lives of mothers on the holiday known as Mother's Day.
Inside the 30-year-old tunnel I was able to point out some flowstone that greatly resembled flowstone inside the cave that our guide confidently told us was thousands of years old.
I praised the Lord for a father and mother who stood solidly on the inerrant Word of God.