Resources on Parenting

I love reading used books that have been marked up by thoughtful readers. It is almost like having a built-in book club. I often wonder what the previous reader was like. I ask questions like: Why were they reading this... Continue...

How do you talk to your children about sex, gender identity, gender dysphoria, and transgenderism? More importantly, how do you do so in a way that is age appropriate? That is the goal of Brian Seagraves and Hunter Leavine’s short... Continue...

How would you encourage parents to spur on a love for God’s Word and prayer in their children? Nicole Lino shares some insight on this important topic for parents. Continue...

Christians often squabble about decisions that should be left up to personal convictions, and this includes education choices. That’s why this discussion between Andrew T. Walker, Nathan Lino, Jani Ortlund, Timothy Paul Jones, and Dan Peterson is so helpful. Coming... Continue...

How should today’s parents be thinking when it comes to digital technology, especially smartphones? And how can they wisely approach the extremes of being fearful of technology and being careless with technology? Julie Masson: Parents today need to realize that... Continue...

Talking to our children about the many issues they face in today’s world is not an easy task. Every day, they are confronted with issues we didn’t even dream of when we were younger. At our National Conference, Andrew Walker... Continue...

Our phones allow us to convey a variety of emotions on social media. Emojis, praise hands, GIFs, and fist bumps make it easy to display feelings of happiness, excitement, pride, and even goofiness. Typing an encouraging comment on a friend’s... Continue...

My wife and I have two boys under two years old, and our home feels a bit crazy. Our oldest has entered the “terrible twos,” where he demands what he wants and throws a tantrum if you don’t give in.... Continue...

If you’ve just given your teenager a smartphone, laptop, gaming device, or iPod for Christmas, he or she is just a click away on multiple devices from finding pornography. For instance, 87 percent of university students polled have virtual sex... Continue...

When I was in high school, there was one phone line in our house, and a portable phone on each level of the house for all of us to share. I never felt the need to have a phone in... Continue...