- March 18, 2014 |
It is estimated that 67% of single parents in the country aren't connected to a local church. Why?
We need this generation to embrace God’s story of sex and it will only happen if we step up and engage our kids in these conversations.
How one man turned the loss of his precious 5-year-old daughter into Gospel gain for multitudes of others
I am very aware that my kids will not be with me much longer. So, I am taking mental pictures all the time.
In this Christian microcosm of ours, somehow an aborted baby has so much more to offer the world than a miscarried one.
You've heard the narrative: Young evangelicals are abandoning traditional morality. A lot of people want it to be true, but is it?
I think there are two things we can agree on as single parents: 1) Co-parenting is necessary. 2) It is not always easy!
Death is the ultimate shadow through which we all must walk, but the Lord's presence can sustain us through any dark place.
The rate of children who adopt their parent’s faith has remained stable in the past 40 years, despite anti-religious influences.
When I was a single mom with two elementary children, I had to gear up a week in advance for the big day: Valentine’s Day.
"God gave us love so that we can show it to other people," says Beth, 10. "'God is love.' So, to know God is to know love."
God is a builder, the master of arranging and connecting the pieces of our lives together. And this truth is clearly fleshed out in adoption.
One reality that kept me from enjoying the present as a single mom was feeling entombed between the past and the future.
I’m not a scientist, debater, theologian or apologist. I’m a dad. How can the creationism vs. evolution debate help my kids?
I did not do the best job I could as a parent. By God’s grace, I did a lot of good things. But I did quite a few bad things as well.
In ten years, my kids will be 27 and 25. I will be 53. I may be a grandmother. I have to go throw up now.
You can help your kids grow in their faith by teaching them winning values as you watch and discuss this winter’s Olympics together.
There are many ways in which having children is a refining process of God that I never expected.