Resources in Family and Parenting

Our family loves books, so it’s not a surprise that every holiday the children receive a book in their Christmas stocking, birthday stash, or Easter baskets. It can be difficult to wade through the many children’s books available, and I’m... Continue...

“I used to be really good at reading my Bible but then I became a mom.” “One day I’ll be able to think deeply again.” “I just need sleep first.” “I am barely surviving on podcasts right now. I can’t... Continue...

Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr., shares some practical advice with parents as they shepherd their children's use of technology. Dr. Mohler serves as president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He also hosts two programs: “The Briefing,” a daily analysis of news... Continue...

From the moment I held my newborn baby in my arms for the first time, I understood my complete dependence on the Lord in new ways. Becoming a mother awakened me to my own inadequacy—there was so much I couldn’t... Continue...

Many of us bring to mind pictures of a family in the airport surrounded by balloons when we hear about adoption. Or, we picture a family smiling with a judge finalizing their adoption in court. Both are beautiful and true... Continue...

Many readers are familiar with the event that turned your family upside down—your husband's brain tumor. How did the uncertainty and fear of that season lead to the writing of your new book, "Goodbye to Goodbyes"? Lauren: I have always... Continue...

I try to avoid thinking of the past as the good old days. While it is often tempting to do so, I realize that, undoubtedly, any particular point in history wasn’t good for someone. In most cases, it wasn’t even... Continue...

Nathan Velasquez remembers it like it was yesterday. His dad, using the Lord’s words in Revelation 3:20, “Behold, I stand at the door and knock,” re-enacted the scene to share the gospel. He went to their front door, knocked, opened... Continue...

Parenting isn’t for the faint of heart. According to recent research studying the workload and rhythms of families, it would appear that even with a rise in moms working outside the home, the quantity of time spent tending to children... Continue...

Growing up, I wanted to be the good kid. The best kid, even. My goal was always to please, and long before I met Jesus, it seems I was already bent toward seeking to earn God’s favor because I was... Continue...