Resources on Parenting

Some of my brothers bear the marks of our family crest inked into the skin of their bicep, shoulder, or thigh. It is a thistle and a bee with the words Dulcius ex asperis, Sweeter Through Tribulation.  Our surname may... Continue...

Trillia Newbell sits down with Kristie Anyabwile and Melissa Kruger to discuss why mothers should view their work as a ministry. Continue...

Well, I mean I think that one of the things that some evangelicals want to do is to say let’s just keep our children completely sheltered from everything, and then they are not going to have to face these things... Continue...

Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine, both of FamilyLife, share how important it is for Christian parents to make sure their children hear about practicing godly sexuality from them. Continue...

Dennis Rainey, president and CEO of FamilyLife, and Bob Lepine, senior vice president of FamilyLife, outline the challenges presented to single parents on educating their children about sexuality. Continue...

Dennis Rainey, president and CEO of FamilyLife, and Bob Lepine, senior vice president of FamilyLife, explain why imparting a biblical understanding of sexuality to children is different and more difficult than it has been in years past. Continue...

Russell Moore, ERLC, welcomes back Danny Akin, SEBTS, and Jonathan Akin, Fairview Church, as the group stresses the importance of building a family on Christ's principles. (Part 2 of 2) Continue...

Danny Akin, SEBTS, and his son Jonathan Akin, Fairview Church, share their lessons learned from parenting (Part 1 of 2). Continue...

At this year's ERLC Leadership Summit on "The Gospel and Human Sexuality," David Prince will be speaking on “The Birds and the Bees: The Gospel and your Children's Sexuality.” Prince serves as the Pastor of Preaching and Vision at Ashland Avenue... Continue...

Hello, I’m Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, and you are listening to Questions & Ethics. This is the program where we take a question that you are struggling with and look at it through the lens... Continue...