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How Not to Teach the Bible to Your Kids...

As a parent, few things I teach my kids are as necessary as God's Word. Yet, it is easy to teach moral lessons and completely miss the gospel message. If you're like me, I don't want to raise moral, self-righteous children. I want to raise children who are impressed and amazed by the grace of God given to them in the gospel! But it is easy to do the first and not the secon...

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How to talk about gender with your kids...

Ask any parent from any generation and there were no shortage of awkward conversations they had to have with their kids (you might have been one of those kids). For today's parents, add to that list the topic of gender. Raising three kids of my own, I have found this article helpful in offering broad categories to think about as you help equip your kids to think well, wise...

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5 truths for our daughters

I'm a father who along with my wife is trying to raise a daughter. I love it. She is my joy and delight and I want her to grow up loving the Lord, His Church and His Word. I also want her to love God's plan for her as a young girl and soon young women. Read this short, simple article on 5 truths for your daughter to learn as she grows on her path to womanhood. ...

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Marriages need more than compatibility

Ever since the 1990s 'compatibility' has been the buzzword amongst marriage counselors and authors. However, is compatibility really all a good marriage needs? Isn't there more to making marriage work than the fact that we somehow fit together? The fact that divorce rates have risen since the compatibility craze says there is. Read this great post about a biblical perspect...

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Do Christian Parents Flirt With the Idol of Safety?

As staff we were talking about the dangers of living in such a blessed area like South Orange County. However, sometimes those blessings can get us too comfortable and allow weaknesses to develop. One such weakness is being too used to comfort and safety. All of us are parents and we asked an honest question: are we more concerned with our child's safety than the call of t...

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