The more mom and dad love reading their Bibles, the more likely their children will want to know what compels our attention to those thin, rustling pages.
Teaching Teenagers About Generosity and Stewardship
Through teaching on reciprocal service and respectful partnership, we promote human dignity and point to the poverty we all experience as those in need of Jesus.
When our kids know that our commitment to their thriving is unwavering and our delight in them does not depend how they behave, they are likely to follow where we lead.
The greatest hope he offers parents of unbelieving children is the revelation of his character through his promises to save the lost.
When our children were teenagers, I prayed for our church’s youth ministers, I supported them, and I made sure my kids signed up and showed up.
Parents are irreplaceable and need to be engaged, encouraged, and equipped so that they can lead their homes in partnership with the local church.
These lighthearted questions often pave the way for connection and gospel conversations—and they can do the same around your dinner table or in the car.