What does it take to launch your kids well? Dennis Rainey recounts the story of the first time he dropped a daughter off at college. Alex Chediak explains why parents must be the ones to prepare their kids. Michelle Hill covers the value of independence,
What will be left in your wake when you are gone? Louis Upkins, Crawford Loritts, and Bryan Loritts talk about different kinds of legacies, and challenge us to make sure to leave a legacy that's godly.
If the only time your kids see you worshipping God is at church on Sunday morning, then your kids are missing out on a rich experience that could bond your family on a soul-to-soul level. Don Whitney and Lauren Chandler talk about worshiping together with their families.
A father's legacy leaves a lasting impression on his children. H.B. Charles talks about his father's enduring legacy. Hear Jim Daly, Sally-Lloyd Jones, and Rick Rigsby give tributes to their fathers.
Studies show that grandparents are the second most important influence in a child's life, according to Josh Mulvihill and his wife, Jen. Not only can they be a great support to weary parents, but their goal is to see their faith passed on to successive generations.
Susan Yates and her husband wanted a way they could invest in their grandchildren and strengthen the relationships between cousins. With that, Cousin's Camp was born. Yates talks about how preparing ahead and being intentional help to make camp days a success.
Susan Yates and her husband have been hosting their grandchildren at Cousin's Camp each summer for over a decade. They say, the memories they've made have been worth the effort. Susan offers some simple, practical tips for hosting your own family camp.
Grandparents Larry and Gladine McCall talk about the joy of grandparenting with intentionality. They share how they point their grandchildren towards the Lord, and at the same time respect their adult children.