Resources in Family and Parenting

We hadn’t even departed for home after our “once-in-a-lifetime” vacation before I was already scheming how to come back. It had been a sweet time for our family of four to spend resting, exploring, and enjoying each other. I dreaded... Continue...

I wanted to be a missionary when I was a little girl. Actually, I think I just wanted to be Christie from Catherine Marshall’s popular book. I wanted to be the heroine who was humbled by trying to teach impoverished... Continue...

How does the Christian’s view of God inform our understanding of the roles of husband and father? Andrew Walker hosts a panel discussion with Nathan Lino, John Powell, Erick Erickson, and Aaron Ivey on biblical manhood in marriage. Continue...

Some of my favorite people in the world are hated by their neighbors and countrymen. My love for them began when almost 10 years ago my family accepted an invitation to drink coffee inside a Roma family’s house in North... Continue...

Adoption, foster care, and special needs are all important areas that affect many families, and as a result, many churches. Kelly Rosati moderates a panel discussion on these topics between Lynnette Ezell, Herbie Newell, Palmer Williams, and Zack Pruitt at our... Continue...

I will never forget having to explain the Sandy Hook shooting to my oldest son. I had stayed home from the office that day because I was sick. From the time I woke up that morning, I watched in horror... Continue...

Grim statistics arise when you search anything about “fatherlessness” in the United States. Children without fathers are more likely to live in poverty, face abuse, abuse drugs, drop out of high school, and commit crimes. There’s very little good that... Continue...

Whether it’s an acquaintance, a friend, or even a close relative like a grandparent, your children will likely be witness to divorce sooner rather than later. Perhaps by God’s grace, he has sustained your marriage, and you’re not sure how... Continue...

When our youngest was an infant, and we were newly navigating our life as an adoptive family, it was really jarring to be met face to face with insensitive comments regarding our son’s adoption. Oftentimes, the comments that bothered us... Continue...