Each week in the month of August we will be featuring an article on Navigating Hard Conversations. To see the full series, click HERE.
By Linda Howard, Associate Publisher of Children’s Books, and Katrina Cassel, author of The One Year Book of Bible Trivia for Kids
It seems like just weeks ago you were counting down to the last day of school and
Your child may face rejection and teasing for sharing the gospel. Make sure children understand that their role is to share, and the Holy Spirit takes it from there.
Parenting isn’t easy. Maybe you’re a new parent, or maybe your children have entered a new phase of life. Read on for resources for different phases in the parenting journey.
It doesn’t matter whether I’m on top of the world or scraping bottom at my worst . . . his love never changes. And I’ve discovered this amazing truth is what my heart has been searching for all along.
Summer holidays are upon us! But what do we do about those days when it feels like a real slog to get through? Here are some fun ideas for you and your children to keep boredom at bay and Christ at the center during the
It’s one thing for brothers and sisters to argue and fight with each other, but if someone else attempts to do the same, their own squabbles are forgotten and they band together to stand against the “enemy.
Risk is, by nature, risky, but not all risks are foolish. Every now and then, you look back and realize they were the best decisions you ever made.
In this world we certainly have trouble. But God used Moses’ choices to mold him and make him into the leader he needed to be, and he will be faithful to do the same with our children.
by Amy K.
Each week in the month of June we will be featuring an article on Biblical Fatherhood. To see the full series, click HERE.