Parenting with Loving Correction by Sam Crabtree. Book Summary: “This book aims to help you better understand loving correction clear steps and practical tips aimed at transforming not only your children’s behavior but also their hearts. Rooted in three principles—keep it God-centered, always mean what you say, and reward obedience rather than disobedience—this is a … More Parenting with Loving Correction (Book Review)
Politicians are apologizing to parents for shutting down public schools. This is due to the fact that parents have to be with their children 24/7 for an undetermined amount of time with the closures of these schools. In this season, families are “forced” to spend more and more time together as they weather out this … More How Families Can Redeem the Time During COVID-19
This is a very personal post for me. Many thoughts entered my mind before my daughter was born and I struggled with much anxiety and worry in anticipation for her birth. I originally started writing this before she was born with the hope of posting it on the day of her birth. But blogging tends … More Six Prayers for My Daughter
From the 2016 All Student Summit at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Important message for all parents, husbands, wives, and children.
The following is taken from the book What the Bible Says about Parenting by John Macarthur. It is from Appendix 2 in a section called “What Makes a Marriage Strong?” The following emphasis is mine. Marriage for two Christians is first of all a commitment to Jesus Christ and then to each other. Satan loves to destroy … More What Makes a Marriage Strong?