Resources on Family

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...

R. Albert Mohler shares how Christians can navigate family life in the secular age.  Continue...

Josh Smith shares some of the central lessons he's learned through his family’s suffering.  Continue...

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...

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...

One of my favorite movies as a kid was It Takes Two. Mary Kate Olsen plays a tough and lively foster kid who lives in a group home. One day she fatefully meets her lookalike—Ashley Olsen—and they play cupid with... Continue...

Russell Moore offers a practical, realistic perspective for nurturing and maintaining a healthy biblical family life that reflects the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Full interview here. Continue...

Marriage, parenting, and discipleship—what could be difficult or confusing about these topics? In today’s society, the answer is “a lot.” At our National Conference, Todd Wagner discussed marriage and parenting and how being intentional with discipleship within these relationships can... Continue...