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At the bottom, what is the job of parent? Dane Ortlund answers beautifully: With our own kids, if we are parents, what’s our job? That question could be answered with a hundred valid responses. But at the center, our job … Continue reading
Jonathan McKee: I’ve frequently heard social media experts, advise, “Always be careful what you allow someone to film.” Personally, I don’t think this is very good advice, simply because I’ve read countless stories of people who didn’t even realize they … Continue reading
As my little ones are growing up (too quickly), I am finding that good parenting involves saying the word “No” a lot. I need to say “No” when my daughter wants to stick her finger in the electrical outlet. I … Continue reading
Our Society Should Not Stifle Religious Dissent. “Untouchable orthodoxies that are given official government sanction will treat any dissenting voice as an enemy to be vanquished. Secular progressivism isn’t only the enemy of religious liberty and civil society; it is … Continue reading
At breakfast the other day, my wife captured a picture (displayed on the right) of my daughter Daisy and I sitting, awaiting our food. For many, the picture is sweet. Daisy is cute as ever in her bow and stylish … Continue reading
Recently, Barnabas Piper recorded seven lies we tell our kids. I enjoyed the list because it consisted of things that many parents say to their kids but don’t really think about. I will just post the “lies” below and if … Continue reading
Voddie Baucham: Fathers are incredibly influential, both directly and indirectly. Children were created to respond to the influence of a father. A man can have a complete lack of influence in his personal and professional life, but the day he … Continue reading
This article was originally published in the May 2016 issue of Homefront Magazine. “HomeFront is a monthly magazine and parenting curriculum combined into one – based on the 10 Environments highlighted in the book Spiritual Parenting by Dr. Michelle Anthony. It … Continue reading
The Theology of Donald Trump. Michael Horton sheds needed light: “Trump reveals, in short, that for many evangelicals, the word evangelical means something that many increasingly do not recognize as properly Christian, much less evangelical. Then again, if the working … Continue reading