Here are 8 Benefits for having a Family Plan this school year (and all year ’round). This wraps up my blog series on setting goals and priorities for your family.
Our first ever Titus Two Tuesday. The question is asked about two sisters’ friendship where the older is outgoing and provided more opportunities and the younger is quieter and oven overlooked. What to do?
Even if your kids have little in common they can learn to spend quality time with each other and invest into the lives of each other. Here are some ideas to help you in making this be part of your overall plan for your family’s dynamics.
Parents can help in teaching older siblings to invest their time and love into the lives of younger siblings. Here are some ideas.
I’ve been talking about the overall spiritual diagnosis within your home for the express purpose of helping you see spiritual training as a your role…and a priority, at that. If you’ve missed any posts in this series, here they are for your review. Part 1 – Getting Your Priorities for the School Year… From God? Part…
The Bible tells us to be intentional to teach our children about the Lord all day long. Just how do we do that? Here are some ideas for what can go into your specific family devotional time as well ways to sprinkle thoughts of the Lord throughout the day.
Would you like a specific guide to help you plan how you’ll intentionally invest spiritually into your family? Here’s a look at thinking through what a family devotion would look like in your home.
Just how important is spiritual training in the home? What does God have to say about it? Does your family’s daily schedule align with what the Bible has to say about this?
Do you have a clear plan in place for this school year so that you are intentional with your investment of time into your family and each individual child? Here’s a supernatural approach to prioritizing and goal-setting.
How do we coach our children to be there for a friend who is hurting? This is a great opportunity to grow spiritually. Here’s how their walk with the Lord can be their own.