Resources in Family and Parenting

This summer I ended up in the hospital for 24 hours. In between running various tests, my nurse and I had some great conversations. She told me that she’s attended an evangelical church for 11 years and is actively involved... Continue...

The Bible is very clear that Mary conceived the boy Jesus before she had slept with any man. She was engaged to Joseph but had not slept with him (Luke 1:27); she would not sleep with him until after they... Continue...

The Bible tells us that those who are Christians have been adopted into the family of God. How can we mirror the Gospel by opening up our own homes? And what is God’s heart for the orphaned? At Evangelicals for... Continue...

November is National Adoption Month. A time when the nation collectively recognizes the value and importance of adoption and providing safe and loving homes for vulnerable children. Each year, the president issues a proclamation in honor of National Adoption Month,... Continue...

Jamie Ivey shares how parents can talk to their kid about social media. Continue...

A new survey about tweens and teenagers confirms what most of us already knew: our kids are spending a lot of time online and watching video content. Common Sense Media released a survey about online video consumption and children last... Continue...

I vividly remember the PSA that came on TV during my childhood. Between Saturday morning cartoon episodes came a commercial sponsored by Partnership for a Drug Free America with the famous tagline: “Parents who use drugs have children who use... Continue...

What just happened? The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) proposed a new regulation on Friday, Nov. 1 that will help ensure faith-based organizations can continue serving vulnerable children and families through foster-care and adoption services. Commenting on the... Continue...

A little over two years ago, my husband and I decided it was finally time to start the adoption process. We had always thought we would wait until our 4-year-old started kindergarten to start any adoption talks, but knowing the... Continue...

Marriage is designed by God. And it can be both beautiful and difficult. Many Christian couples might feel as though their marriage is unredeemable. But John McGee and Scott Kedersha encouraged struggling marriages with the redemptive work of the gospel... Continue...