Resources on Parenting

Trials and suffering in our lives can be anywhere from stretching to downright devastating. However, I think most people would agree that as painful as it is to endure suffering in our own lives, it can be even more painful... Continue...

Several years ago, I received an e-mail from a concerned mother and pastor’s wife who had recently discovered her 12-year-old daughter was cutting. The discovery came as a complete shock to the mother who said it was out of character... Continue...

Sharen Ford shares valuable wisdom about the church's role in foster care.  Continue...

A few years ago I stumbled upon a site dedicated to conversations about masculinity. I thought it might be an encouragement to my husband, even though it didn’t ascribe to Christianity. The first article I saw was titled, “Dear Daughter:... Continue...

It’s a common story that every Christian parent wants to avoid: the dire warnings of how well-meaning parents invest time, energy and priorities to ensure their kids go to church, learn their Bible and avoid cultural temptations. But then those... Continue...

Shannon Dingle is a parent to children with disabilities and knows firsthand the need for churches to be proactive in providing these families with resources to help them thrive. Continue...

Joel Dillon, the president of Jill's House, a respite ministry to parents of children with special needs, shares about the importance of this kind of work.  For more information about advocating for life and about our upcoming Evangelicals for Life... Continue...