Resources on Family

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...

I believe God has clearly called parents to intentionally teach their children the ways of God (Deut. 6:7; Psalm 78:6; 145:4). But for some, the idea of family worship is a bit scary. Either they don’t know how to do... Continue...

My wife and I truly enjoyed every stage of parenting, but I had no idea what was coming—from welcoming our first-born into the world and bearing the responsibility for another totally dependent human being, to sending our last child off... Continue...

Sometimes you can learn more from the life and faith of saints on the pages of biographies than from a dissertation on a topic. A theology of suffering comes into view as you read of parents losing children on the... Continue...

When asked about the title of his latest book, The Storm-Tossed Family, Dr. Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, has pointed out that family can be both "the source of life-giving blessing... 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...

Fatherlessness is the sad reality for many children in our society. And not having an example, they grow up not knowing what a father should be or how a father should act. More importantly, they find it hard to relate... Continue...

Our youngest child is ready for her next series of childhood milestones. She wants to ride a bike without training wheels and learn to swim without her float. And then, she’ll “finally be a big kid,” as she puts it.... Continue...

Marriage and children are a blessing, yet both can bring challenges and hardships. Instead of leading to frustration, these can lead to our sanctification. Randy Stinson addresses this and the culture of the family as he teaches us how to... Continue...

My husband and I have been married for 17 years. We have four kids. When you have four kids, your family often feels as though your life is centered around them. It’s hard work to make sure that our homes... Continue...