I’m a dad of two little girls and one little boy. And when my little girls play with dolls, I play too. Does that make me...
Do you want to include the children in your corporate worship, but are not sure how to best go about it? Adam Kurihara shares some solid tips on how to make them (and their parents) feel welcome.
Most of us have jobs that we need to attend, and most of the time we don't want to be there. We view work as a burden, but what does work really mean? Does the gospel have anything to say about work? Dr. Greg Forster discusses a theology of work in this Seven Minute Seminary.
Though not yet having undergone gender-reassignment surgery, Bruce Jenner has taken several steps towards becoming a woman, including asking the public to call him Caitlyn. In this article, John A. Murdock navigates the issue with sensitivity and care.
http://youtu.be/r2M6HswlH3A Here is Dr. Ben Witherington giving us a biblical perspective on women’s roles in ministry and in the family. He explains women’s roles in...
You've had a conflict with someone in the church. Now what? There are specific things we can (and should!) do to resolve conflict with our brothers and sisters in the faith. Patricia Taylor shares three biblical steps to a healthy model of reconciliation in the church.
Should we have kids programs at church? How about special programs for youth? In today's interview, Catherine Stonehouse discusses the possible negative side effects on the church's health and spirituality.
In our ever-changing world, some time-tested and family-proven prayers can be just what we need to launch a life of deeper prayer in our families.
Asking the right questions can help you foster discussion and excitement for learning in your children. Rebecca Rutherford shares helpful tips for creating your own "wonder questions" to help facilitate discipleship in the home.
Where does children's discipleship begin? If we all were to take Deut. 6:4-7 seriously, we would realize the seriousness of our call, but also the profound practicality of how discipleship can work. In this series of articles, Christina Embree uses this passage of Scripture to offer parents practical tips to intentionally engage children in the everyday moments of life.