Open Letter to All Parents

Train up a child in the way he should go, - Proverbs 22:6

My Dad’s Better

Three boys were debating whose father was the best. The first started the debate by claiming his father knew the mayor. He was soon topped by the second boy who said, “That’s nothing. My dad...

What Should I Teach My Child About Baptism?

How can we get across elementary lessons about baptism?

Family Matters

The Family The family is like a book— The children are the leaves, The parents are the covers That protecting beauty gives. At first the pages of the book Are blank and purely fair, But time soon writes memories And paints pictures...

Take a Moment and Listen

Take a moment to listen today to what your children are trying to say...

Thoughts for the Home

Husband for Sale Tom Brokaw of NBC News once reported a story about a Mrs. Louise Horner from Maryland, who put an ad in the local paper. It read, Husband for sale, Cheap! Comes equipped with...

Helping Widows

Concern for the underprivileged and vulnerable has always mattered to God. Three such categories in every society in every generation are immigrants (strangers), orphans, and widows. This study pertains to the third group. Under Old...

On the Home Front

Do It Together A Florida church holding monthly events for the entire family had trouble with parents dropping their kids off and not staying for the events. They remedied the problem with this announcement: “The...

So You Want to Be a Good Parent?

What are the basics for those who desire to be the kind of parents God wants? Let me suggest four: Shower them with love Children are always changing. But an atmosphere of love makes the change...

Train Up a Child . . .

A Shakespeare Who Couldn't Read? William Shakespeare is regarded as the greatest writer in the English language. Four hundred years after Shakespeare’s death, every school student still studies his life and works. However, when Shakespeare’s daughter, Judith,...