Parenting

family chain of command

The Family Chain of Command Guest Post by Rebecca D. Bruner There’s an important question about the authority structure God has established for the family which bewilders many Christian women. “If both men and women were created in the image of God and are equal in His sight,” we often wonder, “then why did He […]

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Children are leaving the church in droves.  In fact, the Southern Baptist Convention reports that four out of five children no longer attend church.  It’s not just the Southern Baptists that report this phenomena.  It’s every denomination and even non-denominational churches.  70 percent of youth stop attending church when they graduate from high school. Nearly a […]

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How To Raise Godly Children in a World That is Broken, christian parenting, raising Christian kids

Raising godly children.  I think that is the hope of all Christian parents.  With staggering statistics of children leaving the church in early adulthood, what can we do to increase the odds that our kids will continue to walk with God?  Baptist news reported that six in ten young adults (millennials) who were raised in […]

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Monkey See, Monkey Do-Modeling Godly Behavior

Modeling Godly Behavior We hear a lot about teaching our children to have “godly behavior” or to be “Christ-like” in their words and actions.  I completely agree that we need to teach our children this behavior, but, I think, it may even be more important to show them this behavior, modeling godly behavior. Children learn by watching. […]

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