God’s highest call to parents is to lead their own children to Him. The exhortation in Deuteronomy 6:7, “You shall teach [these commandments] diligently to your children..."
Do you want a substantive and fun discipleship resource for your family? Check out the most recent episodes of Kids Corner!
Family Fire is a ministry from the CRC, and as a resource for you it explores biblical themes relating to our most foundational relationships—to encourage you in your own relationships, and to equip you to help others.
Parenting is hard work and I know that some Sundays you’re just longing to sit in silence. And I suspect that there have been times when you’ve felt like your wee ones weren’t always welcome in worship. Please persist.
Family Fire is a CRC ministry which explores biblical themes relating to our most foundational relationships. It’s a resource for you; to encourage you in your own relationships, and to equip you to help others.
In Seamless Faith: Simple Practices for Daily Family Life, Traci Smith gives many practical ways to make the practices of daily life practices of faith.
I'm looking for a brochure/pamphlet that will equip first time or young married parents on how to begin educating their young toddlers.
I ran across Young Jack Stockton's Dec. 5th 2010 presentation. We would like to instill this level of understanding of the books of the Bible in our kids as well. I was wondering what teaching materials may be available.
In the best-selling book The Millionaire Next Door, the authors studied the impact of gifts of cash to children in their 30s and 40s. Those who received cash gifts actually had less in savings by retirement age than those who received no gifts.