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From Adam to Jesus: The Jesse Tree Tradition

If you are looking for a simple yet effective family Advent activity, take a moment to consider the Jesse Tree.

  • Danielle Olander |
  • November 22, 2010 |
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Raising Bold Sons

I Cast All My Kids Upon You, Lord

Responding To Our Children's Mistakes

  • Dr. Greg Smalley |
  • November 02, 2010 |
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How to Raise a Well-Mannered Child

Six Keys to Good Fathering

What do kids need from dad? The following are six keys to strive towards while raising your kids...

Teaching Kids How to be Forces for Good

Mindful of the stark contrast between the media-hungry Koran-burners and the quiet, persevering heroes of 9-11, what should we teach our children about the power of example? Three things come to mind.

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • September 14, 2010 |
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Focusing on the Good

I tend to see the frustrating things in my kids. The things I think need changing. The things that I'm mad at myself for not being more consistent about...

  • Elisabeth K. Corcoran |
  • August 26, 2010 |
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Chores? Or Acts of Service?

We model at home what it looks like to live in this world as Christ followers.

  • Dr. Michelle Anthony |
  • August 19, 2010 |
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How The Music Industry Sexualizes Children

Every twelve-year-old knows Rihanna. And Katy Perry and Lady Gaga. Do you?

Bringing Christ to School

A new school year begins soon. What an opportune time for a church to encourage students and teachers. Need fresh ideas?

Playing With Your Children Can Be More Than Fun and Games

As Christian parents, it's easy to become overly serious given the gravity of our faith. But incorporating playfulness into your weekly routine opens up opportunities to pass on your Christian values, bond as a family, and guide your kids as they mature.

Why Are Parents So Unhappy? And Who Would Settle for Happiness?

Christians must see children as gifts from God, not as projects, understanding family life as a crucible for holiness, not an experiment in happiness.

Spiritual Parenting: An Awakening for Today’s Families

The recently-released Spiritual Parenting (David C. Cook, 2010) isn't another book offering parenting techniques. Author Michelle Anthony, Ed. D. focuses on your role as a parent and follower of Christ. In the following interview, Michelle Anthony shares words of wisdom on what it means to be a more spiritually-minded parent.

  • Q & A with Dr. Michelle Anthony |
  • July 03, 2010 |
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Connecting Church and Family, Part 1

How does God intend to relate marriage and family to the church? How can churches today strengthen families? Authors Andreas Köstenberger and David W. Jones weigh in on this delicate issue facing church leaders today (Part 1).

  • Andreas Köstenberger with David W. Jones |
  • June 28, 2010 |
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Father's Day Blues

Let's face it, guys. Father's Day is the Rodney Dangerfield of holidays, the get-no-respect little brother of Mother's Day. Still, Father's Day is a great opportunity to remember, before we fall asleep on the couch, what being a good father is about...

Father Really Does Know Best

Even without a Christian father, I was blessed to be loved by a dad with high standards and moral values. Now, I'm concerned about the shift I've seen in our culture regarding our view of fathers...

The Value of One-on-One Time

Our pup was always energetic and ready to play, just like kids. And just like kids, he was happy and generally stayed out of trouble as long as his caretakers were giving him love and attention.

Passing on Healthy Financial Habits to Your Children

Fewer than half believe they are good role models for their children regarding saving and spending. Yet, 94 percent of students say their parents are their primary teachers on financial matters. Oops. We have a problem.

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