We have long been proponents of raising children to see themselves as agents of the gospel ministry in the world. Often, though I say this is the case, I parent as if our younger children are simply objects of ministry. For some reason I see them changing into agents of ministry as teenagers. My self-assessment … Continue reading Children can be agents of ministry; not just receivers.
“Beginning with the Supreme Court’s ban on non-denominational school prayer in 1962, the same-sex marriage decision has essentially completed the state’s secularization of American society. This is one thing about which both right and left, religious and secular, can agree. One side may rejoice over the fact, and the other may weep, but it is … Continue reading Biblically Navigating Same-Sex Marriage with your Children
For many people, death is a scary subject. When a child experiences the death of a family member or friend for the first time it is important to carefully walk them through the experience. Most of the time parents don’t do this very well leaving children with some kind of warped, cartooned understanding about what … Continue reading Helping A Child Cope with Death