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Honoring Mom and Dad in Conflict

Conflict is a fact of life. Not only will our children face it within the bounds of family, but they will also experience conflict with friends, coworkers, and unfortunately even relative strangers. One of the most valuable things we can teach our children is to respond biblically ...

Equipping Parents to Disciple

As you well know, teaching a lesson at church is one thing, but leading children in the day in and day out application of the lesson for the rest of the week is an enormous task for even the most engaged dad or mom.

Kidmin Isn’t Just about Kids ... It’s about Families

Every children’s ministry leader desires to reach the hearts of kids in their ministry. But what if the best way to truly create a lasting impact, to truly make a transformational difference in their life, wasn’t through Sunday morning services and personal conversations ...

Is Adoption for You?

“The answer to 168 million orphans in our world can be summed up in two words: family and church. Unless orphan care becomes personal to us it will remain something that’s ‘out there.’” —Kay Warren

Adoption: the Very Heart of Our Father

Adoption is the heart of God. I have always agreed with this thought, but I don’t think I understood it until I adopted my son. For those who have biological children and choose to adopt, the impact of adoption is no less significant than the impact on those who pursue adoption because of infertility. But I believe many of the emotional experiences are different.

Open Your Eyes to Local Children in Need

In James 1:27, the Bible says, “Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world” (NIV).