From a FamilyLife Today® broadcast, a list of ideas to help your kids think missionally about life.
Helping Your Children in the Discovery of Their Mission
When Everyone Gets Invited to the Birthday Party
My kid’s birthday party means I include and find commonalities with nearly total strangers. And it’s a really beautiful thing.
5 Ways to Avoid Being a Drama Addict
Moms today have enough on their plates without adding unnecessary drama to the list.
Let’s Turn the Helpless Into Heroes
I’ve always believed that’s what birth mothers really are—heroes.
Helping Your Family Understand Racial Reconciliation
We cannot live redemptive lives and hate our neighbor. Diversity in relationships not only shows unity to the world but also builds in our own hearts a love for others.
Questions every parent should ask their kids as they consider college and career
In order for your teenagers to be able to make adult-level decisions, they need guidance. You can help them by asking good questions.
Asking Forgiveness From My Kids … Again
My kids need to grow up with the knowledge that I require a Savior just as much as they do.
Riding the Two Rails of Grief: Faith and Suffering
After the unexpected death of our son, my wife and I learned that faith informs pain, but it doesn’t erase it.
‘Mom, I Am Their Father’
I finally realized that my children had all the father they needed; all I had to do was point them to God for their needs.
8 Suggestions for Talking to Your Kids About Mass Shootings
Talking to my kids about shootings doesn’t come easily—how do I answer questions about things I don’t understand myself?
Gender-Neutral Parenting Isn’t for Me
My husband and I are raising our daughters to identify with who God designed them to be, embrace the characteristics He gave them, and develop confidence in the goodness of their Maker.
Why Your Relationship With Your Child Matters
You have the privilege of growing a child who knows the love of God personally and knows how to love people well.
Would You Say Yes to Becoming an “Instant Family”?
Is foster care messy? Of course. Is it worth it? Absolutely.
How Can I Let Go of the Mom Guilt?
Guilt doesn’t freshen us and give life—it suffocates us and takes more than we have to give.
6 Tips to Reduce Stress for the Working Mom
When my youngest started preschool, I took my first job outside the home in nearly 10 years. I was frazzled, guilt-ridden, and late everywhere I went.
Investing Time With Your Children: The Challenge of 936 Pennies
The time we have with our children before they enter into adulthood is limited. We have a responsibility to use it well, with a heart of wisdom.
Your Most Important Job as a Parent
Teachable moments are opportunities for us to imprint God’s values on the next generation.
Three Times a Day to Intentionally Connect With Your Child
Consider mornings, mealtimes and bedtime as opportunities for making a heart connection with your child. And trust that God, in His sovereignty, will fill the gaps in between.
Can Mommy Have a Drink?
Pretty much everyone has an opinion on “mommy wine culture.” Here’s a few factors to consider if you’re thinking about sipping a glass.
What I Wish Drew Brees Had Whispered to His Boys
I want more for Drew Brees and his sons than just what they can earn. And Jesus offers more.
God Used a Parakeet to Love Our Daughter
Of all the stories about raising six children we’ve told over the years, this is probably our favorite.
My Son Was Addicted to a Smartphone
The patterns I saw in my child’s behavior opened my eyes to the damage my phone had done.
A Pop Star’s Surprising Perspective on Purity
While my generation will associate Michelle Williams with suggestive song titles, the next generation might
associate her with something entirely different—being a champion for the biblical model of marriage.
Should Your Family Cancel Dinner?
It’s not always practical to eat dinner as a family. The solution? Give yourself and your family some grace and cancel dinner tonight.
Smartphones for Smartfamilies
We advise against giving your children a phone if you are not ready to have a conversation with them about it multiple times a week for multiple years.
Saturdays Are for Winning
Instead of my husband abandoning us for the woods or holing up in a man cave glued to ESPN, we’ve made fall Saturdays family days.
Yes, Momcations are a Thing
Kid-free trips either alone or with girlfriends is an idea I can get behind.
Your Child Is Not Your Enemy
Here are eight ways we can fight for, not against, our children in their hard-to-handle moments.
Questions to Ask Your Teen About LGBT Issues
A list of questions to help you engage your teens about their beliefs on LGBT issues.
Preparing Your Teen for LGBT Discussions
Five steps to prepare them to withstand peer pressure, stand with the truth, and display the love of Christ.