Resources on Parenting

“My mom said you are welcome to come to our home and play anytime!” I turned, astonished, to look at who said this to my son as we were waiting to cross the street to go into school one morning.... Continue...

In a time when families are broken and torn apart, it’s refreshing to hear stories of those that have persevered in faithfulness. At the ERLC National Conference, Crawford Loritts wasn’t shy in sharing about the legacy of the greatest influence... Continue...

What a happy, life-altering, exhausting, and intimidating thing it is to be a parent of small children. There are moments of undeniable joy and laughter—holding your newborn, hearing him laugh for the first time, singing to her, teaching him to... Continue...

Difficult issues are all around us, and if we have or take care of children, hard and awkward discussions are inevitable. In light of this, David Prince, Dan Darling, Phillip Bethancourt, Chip Dean, and Naomi Overton had a helpful conversation... Continue...

As a parent, you are in a race against the culture to establish what is “normal” in the area of sexual behaviors and attitudes. The sexual revolution has lowered the age at which children are exposed to sexual activity. Young... Continue...