Interested in helping families with children form faith while having fun? Get inspired with this summer bucket list of ideas.
CRC members and pastors in Canada are invited to participate in research on family faith formation conducted by the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada.
Here's a simple, meaningful way for families to grow in faith together during Lent and prepare for Easter.
Join FFM staff and other ministry leaders to talk about how children can participate in Lent and Easter in their homes and with the greater congregation.
While dealing with loss and grief can be difficult for anyone, children’s reactions may differ from those of adults. Here are some resources to help.
While serving is not a “one-off” event, you can utilize the summertime to adopt one of these ideas to focus on service.
Today we celebrate International Persons with Disabilities Day! Watch this Kids in Action video where host Simone meets Kyra, an accessibility leader at her school. They put on hard hats and create great spaces for all God’s children.
Here are five ways families can explore waiting and hope this Advent season, including something to read, listen to, do, or watch—something for everyone!
A video series from Family Fire, “Stoking the Spirit in Your Marriage,” offers skills and encouragement to draw married couples closer together to improve their marriages.
Start a new tradition this year using one of these meaningful and fun intergenerational storytelling ideas.
Join FFM catalyzers as they share their favorite, no-fuss Advent resources for busy families.
What if the Book we couldn’t put down this fall was God’s Word?
Christian parents want to nurture their children’s faith, but they don’t always know where to begin. The Building Blocks of Faith provide an excellent framework for family faith formation, giving parents a place to start with any child, at any age.
10 fun and faith-filled ways to help reduce your tween girl's anxiety and increase her confidence.
Explore creative resources and practices for spiritual development to use both in community and at home.