How well do you understand what God has given His Church concerning child rearing?
Here are seven steps to enhancing vitally important family relationships.
God is working so hard to get us to understand FAMILY!
‘No dishonesty is worth the price I will have to pay for it—inward conflict and unhappiness.’
Parents need to be aware of the dangers posed to teens by the glittering array of modern communications technologies available to them.
One of a man’s greatest responsibilities in life is to direct his family. Here’s some guidance on this vital, and far-too-often missing, part of the man’s role.
As the head of the family goes, so goes the rest of the family!
With age comes responsibility.
Here are some vital areas we should concentrate on in teaching our children to know and fear God.
The benefits are beyond measuring!
Your children are where the money is, and marketers know it.
Reflecting on two decades in the PCG
Society’s exodus toward immorality will take you and your family with it unless you take strong steps to stop it.
Young people today face daunting challenges. Here is how you can help them make it through their tough times.
I was spending a lot of time away from home the summer I turned 13.
How much do your children pick up from sermons?
An old song says, “You always hurt the one you love.” It illuminates what in many cases is a sad truth:
Our rising divorce rate is a good indicator of the growing unhappiness in people’s lives.
How do you express to a person that you really care when death has taken away someone he or she loves?
What does it take to make a family happy and harmonious? Here’s a quality you may have overlooked—but it may be the most beautiful of all.
A closer look at the detail in God’s law forbidding idolatry
Why feminism and popular culture have our boys searching for an identity.
It seems that, each year, a new child-rearing book becomes popular in America.
We must shape the human spirit in our children so God can work with them as adults.
“Roll out those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer—those days of soda and pretzels and beer—roll out those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer—dust off the sun and moon and sing a song of cheer ….”