Why should we become like little children?
Here are seven concrete ways in which parents can help their children and teenagers.
The true, living Jesus Christ wants to have a relationship with you!
God commands you to use it! Here is some practical help for conquering life’s obstacles in order to reap the rich rewards of regular family Bible study.
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.
Proverbs 31 is about wives, children and husbands
Our children have a marvelous future. We have to prepare them for it.
Respect uplifts both the giver and receiver and is the spirit underlying the Ten Commandments.
Parents, if you stay involved with your children, public school can be an opportunity to build in your child a love for education and a respect for right authority.
It sets a firm foundation for everything you teach your child.
An essential tool in relating to young people can change life’s entire course!
Each Pentecost we remember how the Church of God was founded in A.D. 31 and the reason for its existence. Here’s a vital lesson from the creation account concerning the marriage between Jesus Christ and the Church.
Beautiful lessons from the Garden of Eden about the most important institution on earth.
God wants to turn your family into a perfect picture of his master plan!
Whether you are single, married, distant or down the street, here are some tips to freshen up your next dating experience.
Hurried preparation for the DUB is not conducive to the proper teaching of children.
Dating online has helped me build friendships and grow spiritually.
Marriage Counseling and Engagement
Steer your discussion into safer waters.
It can be a great blessing—or a terrible curse.
God has to know that He comes first in your life.
They possess dazzling promise. Be honest:
Will your parenting
help them attain it?
You could be dating toward marriage, but you’re not.
Listen to the Trumpet Daily radio program that aired on October 20.
God values obedience. Do you?