I feel like such a failure. Growing up, I became accustomed to objective standards of success defining whether or not I had succeeded. An ‘A+’ signifies a job well done. A winning record in my collegiate sport proves my hard work. Even in marriage, a “Great job!” from my husband means I am accomplishing my […]
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ross Ferguson talk about the discipleship of children, from family worship tips to church engagement and beyond.
The goal is to create a culture where the transition from childhood to adulthood is marked is by intentional action and not by apathy.
It’s the first Monday of the rest of our lives.
On this Mother’s Day, my hope is that these words can be used by God to “lift the countenance” of my sisters in the Lord who find themselves in various stations and situations of life.
We can parent in the midst of failures knowing we are fully known by God and accepted fully through Christ.
You don’t have to add thirty different events to your calendar to disciple your children, you just need to take advantage of time, moments, and milestones that you already have.
How do we love our kids without making them into idols?
To be a dad is to be a disciple-maker.
Motherhood is too weighty a responsibility to be built on any other foundation than the truth of God’s Word.