Resources on Parenting

I don’t write much about motherhood because I don’t know much yet. I have one son, and he’s just four years old. But it doesn’t take experience to know what I’m called to do. I am raising a warrior. I’m... Continue...

Roundtable contributors: Jani Ortlund, Stephanie Goeke, Krissie Inserra, Trillia Newbell and Jena Starke. What age do you think is appropriate for addressing issues related to marriage, sex and same-sex marriage with your children? JO: You can begin talking about marriage... Continue...

Holidays are intended to be special times. They unite family and rekindle shared memories. They delight and bring joy. They give us reason to push pause on the everyday and celebrate a common joy. But for some, holidays are hard.... Continue...

As the apostle Paul noted in Ephesians, the command to honor your father and mother is the first commandment with a promise. Children are called to obey their parents so “that it may go well with you and that you... Continue...

She was a new member of the church and asked me how she could get more involved. I mentioned several things including women’s ministry and when I did her countenance changed and she said, “I just cannot take another Proverbs... Continue...

“I would rather learn that you perished at sea than that you dishonored the missionary society you are going to serve.” William Knibb’s mother shouted these words from the window as the twenty-one-year-old left his home in Kettering, England, and... Continue...

I love newborns. Once children begin to crawl and toddle around, though, they’ve entered a running-interference stage that I don’t really care for. Push through to three, four and five, and we’re back to having a good time. There’s a... Continue...

One of my favorite memories from childhood is making sugar cookies with my mom. Naturally, I wanted to continue this tradition with my own family. I vividly remember one of the first years that I attempted to bake with my... Continue...

Trillia Newbell interviews Jen Wilkin about teaching our daughters to fight fear and learning how to study the Word. Continue...

A recent study on the origins of narcissism in children concluded, “narcissism in children is cultivated by parental overvaluation: parents believing their child to be more special and more entitled than others.” The abstract of the study further explains, “children... Continue...