Resources on Parenting

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...

Emily Colson, author of Dancing with Max, explains how the church can proclaim that all people are made in the image of God and, therefore, have dignity, regardless of what abilities we have or don't have. ​ Continue...

It was a sunny Sunday morning when I shifted dad’s car into reverse and slowly backed out of the driveway of my childhood home. My father, freshly showered and shaved, sat in the passenger’s seat; his clothes, photos, and boxes... Continue...

As the apostle Paul noted in Ephesians, the command to honor your father and mother is the first commandment with a promise. Children are called to obey their parents so “that it may go well with you and that you... Continue...

Jim Daly on the Father to the fatherless: "God had me in the palm of his hand" Continue...

“You’ll need proof. Can you get a copy of the death certificate?” I remember the awkwardness of trying to answer that question while booking last-minute plane tickets to North Carolina for my father-in-law’s funeral. Who would fake their dad’s death... Continue...

Too many Christian mothers turn motherhood into an idol. Motherhood is one of the highest callings in the world, but it can be corrupted by becoming the core of a woman’s identity. At the Tower of Babel, the workers said,... Continue...

Sharen Ford discusses why churches should care for children in foster care.  Continue...

My first pregnancy didn’t end the way I would have hoped or desired. I entered the doctor’s office, prepared to hear the heartbeat of my growing child, only to be told that our child had stopped growing, and there was... Continue...

Several years ago, one of our children had developed a pattern of lying whenever he was caught doing something wrong. My wife, Judi, asked me, “What are we going to do about this?” I immediately retorted, “I’m going to ratchet... Continue...