Don’t Teach Conclusions

| March 8, 2014

By Andrea Schwartz at www.wordsfromandrea.com “It needs more than ever to be stressed that the best and truest educators are parents under God. The greatest school is the family. In learning, no act of teaching in any school or university compares to the routine task of mothers in teaching a babe who speaks no language […]

Teaching Our Children to Lament

| March 4, 2014

When does a child change from crying baby to cry-baby? Sometime after the single candle is blown out on that first cake, after walking has been mastered and talking has begun, many parents start thinking of their child differently. I know I did. Over the space of months, as our helpless infant reveals personality and […]

Sturdy Womanhood- The Story of a Mother

| February 26, 2014

When I was growing up, my Mom worked a lot. She was a hair dresser during the day and waited tables at night. Sometimes, she had three jobs. That was life. She was divorced, buried her oldest son and she worked. My Mom never walked around saying being a Mom was hard. Life was hard, but she didn’t walk […]

Orphans’ Lonely Beginnings Reveal How Parents Shape A Child’s Brain

| February 26, 2014

How much does the spiritual affect the physical? Psalm 31:10 tells us that strength fails and bones are consumed because of iniquity. It seems science is showing us that the love of Christ that parents give their children both through love and lawful and appropriate chastisement, benefits their souls and their bodies. Note how the […]

The new silence which is destroying our kids

| February 2, 2014

Child sexual abuse statistics publicly available in the United States are far more comprehensive and meaningful than in Australia. Despite the scholarly interest in the relationship between non-traditional families and child sexual abuse, and regardless of the good evidence that family breakdown is a major risk factor, data published by the Australian Institute of Health […]

Sculpture

| February 1, 2014

I took a piece of plastic clay And idly fashioned it one day, And as my fingers pressed it, still It moved and yielded to my will. I came again when days went past: The bit of clay was hard at last. The form I gave it still it bore. But I could change that […]

It Doesn’t Come Naturally~9 Ways to Teach Our Children Contentment

| January 31, 2014

From The Good Life Shakespeare said, “How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is to have a thankless child!” It’s true. If there’s one sin in my own children’s lives that tempts me to sin, it is ingratitude. “Look at all that God has done for you!” “How can you be so ungrateful, murmuring about […]

SermonAudio Partners with RFC for the 2014 Family Conference at the Creation Museum!

| January 8, 2014

Reforming Families Conference (RFC) in partnership with SermonAudio.com is pleased to announce the 2014 theme of “Living the Great Commission” for the upcoming Family Conference held at the world-class Creation Museum! You and your family are invited to take a break for a few days this summer (July 31-August 2) and enjoy a different kind of family conference that […]

Biblical Love And Discouragement Don’t Mix

| January 2, 2014

Editor’s note: Love is an important topic around here. It is the hatred of womanhood, manhood, family, marriage, children and calling as God defined them that is a foundational to feminism. Today from Ted Tripp, author of Shepherding a Child’s Heart, comes this piece of encouragement on how we can preserve biblical love.  If you […]

Study Shows Christian Kids Becoming Secular Humanists

| December 17, 2013

Christian Schools and Public Schools The Nehemiah Institute has conducted the PEERS Worldview test on kids from Christian families for over 25 years.  Year after year, these “Christian” kids attending “Christian” schools and Public schools test lower and lower on the worldview scale. They have less adherence to a Christian worldview and more adherence to […]

| December 10, 2013

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The Door of Darkness

| December 7, 2013

By Tim Price, associate pastor at Chalcedon Presbyterian Church When boys enter into puberty, they discover a door within themselves that has a sign saying, “DO NOT ENTER!” It is the door of sexual exploration and it has been presented to them by their new-found hormones. It is his responsibility to keep that door closed […]

How to Raise a Pagan Kid in a Christian Home

| November 19, 2013

Because the world has enough pagans. Even plenty of really nice ones. What we need is kids who fully grasp the reality that they have nothing to offer, but who intimately know a God who has everything they need. Every Imperfect and Normal Family wants their kids to turn out right. So, we establish goals […]

How to Soak the Next Generation in God’s Word

| November 18, 2013

By Jani Ortland with comments by Scott Brown. Here is a wonderful article by Jani Ortlund on what the most important parental priority is.  She says, “Let’s become women who value and pass on God’s Word! How do we help children revere and feast on the most influential book of all time? No book has sold more copies, in […]

Child Porn Bust – 400 Children Rescued

| November 16, 2013

Until we recognize what government schools are, a mechanism in a grander scheme to demoralize and indoctrinate, or why this is part of the grander scheme, we’ll say things like, “That only happens in other schools. My child is safe at the school he attends.” As a result of the investigation thus far, 50 people […]