Talk early and often about sex.

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It’s not a matter of IF your children will learn about sex in…

What Does Passion Week Mean to You?

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How does your grasp of the events of Passion Week shape your understanding of the Gospel?

Cultivating Godly Adult Influence

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If you want your children to embrace Biblical sexuality, a good place to start is by allowing them to face experiences where they have to choose between faith and feelings, surrender and control, Truth and their own standard of right and wrong. Shepherding them as they face these kinds of experiences will help develop their character and teach them the value of waiting on God.

Teaching Our Children the Value of Waiting

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If you want your children to embrace Biblical sexuality, a good place to start is by allowing them to face experiences where they have to choose between faith and feelings, surrender and control, Truth and their own standard of right and wrong. Shepherding them as they face these kinds of experiences will help develop their character and teach them the value of waiting on God.

Three Misleading Emotions

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Three misleading emotions commonly keep parents from having courageous…

What's the Gospel?

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Greg Gilbert wrote a helpful book called What is the Gospel where he used four words to summarize the gospel: God, man, Christ, and response. Remembering these four will help us understand, explain, and proclaim the gospel.

What is Vaping?

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Learn what vaping is, why it matters, and some basic information about its presence in schools.

Parents Matter Most

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The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Parenthood…

A Popular Half Truth: More is Caught Than Taught

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A common phrase used to communicate how to pass on faith to future generations is this, “Faith is caught not taught.” It sounds spiritual. Unfortunately, it’s unbiblical. The Bible elevates both as important.

Training Children in the Lord: An Exhortation and Encouragement

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Philip Doddridge, an 18th Century Puritan pastor, preached a series of sermons on the religious education of children. His purpose was to encourage and exhort parents to take seriously their responsibility to train up their children in the Lord.