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Parenting

What my son with autism taught me about myself, Christ, and ministry

My son has blessed me tremendously because he has taught me about my sinfulness, my dependency on Christ, and ultimately the selfless love of Christ.

5 things your kids need to know about death

Our kids need to be prepared—in age-appropriate ways—for life in a world captive to sin and death.

This is why I love teaching my kids about the Reformation

I want them to know the gospel is everything. I want them to know defending the Bible is dangerous, but worth the risk.

How can I know that my child is saved?

While we are not God and cannot see the heart, certain evidence can help us discern the legitimacy of a child or teenager’s profession of faith.

Transgender children: Responding in the local church

What should church leaders do if a congregation member asks for their child to be identified as transgender

How do I know if my child is a Christian?

Your child does not get a visible mark on her forehead or a stripe on her back when she comes to Jesus, so you have to talk, pray, and discern.

Cinco maneras en las que el Evangelio transforma nuestra paternidad – Parte 2

NUESTRA META ES UN REINO ETERNO, Y NUESTRO PROPÓSITO EN LA PATERNI-DAD ES VER ESE REINO REVELADO EN NUESTRAS FAMILIAS.

Cinco maneras en las que el Evangelio transforma nuestra paternidad – Parte 1

EL ASUMIR QUE EL MANTENER UNA LISTA DE REGLAS ES TODO LO QUE NECESITAMOS PARA QUE LAS COSAS SALGAN BIEN, NO LIMITA A UNA NIÑA DE SIETE AÑOS A TORCER BRAZOS.

5 ways the gospel transforms your parenting – Part 2

Our goal is a kingdom that never ends, and our purpose in parenting is to see this kingdom revealed through our families.

5 Ways the gospel transforms your parenting – Part 1

The assumption that keeping a list of rules can make everything right isn’t limited to arm-twisting seven-year-olds.

Why you’re not too busy to lead family worship

Charles Spurgeon proves that you aren’t too busy to make disciples in the home.