Monday, Oct 19, 2020

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7 Ways Parents Can Avoid Favoritism: Beware of Your Joseph

Does favoritism run in your family? Learn how to avoid picking favorites with your children to that you can love them all equally.

4 Practical Tips from God’s Parenting Guide

Here are four practical parenting tips straight from the heart of God.

God Trains Up Fathers in the Way They Should Go

Here's a little encouragement for all men, dads, and dads to be when it comes to being a father. God is training us fathers in the way we should go.

College Admissions Scandal and the Modern Day Eli: What’s Really Best for Your Child?

Before you shake your head at the celebrities in the college admissions scandal, are parents in the body of Christ valuing their children above God? Let's see.

5 Ways for Parents to Build Trust in the Eyes of Their Children

Trust is earned - even between parents and children. Here are 5 ways for parents to build trust in their children for a better parent-child relationship.

Train Up a Child: Team Jesus Locker Room Chat with Momager, Dannella Lane

Welcome to Our New Column, Train Up a Child Teammates! Christian parents are asking more often, "How in the world do you raise God-fearing kids in today's society?" Well, today begins the official launch of our newest column, "Train Up a...
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The Valley of Faith, Not Fear

Those low seasons in life don't have to be filled with fear - they can actually fuel our faith. The valley of faith is filled with moments of God's grace.
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Are Coronavirus Church Closings a Form of Persecution?

Church closings due to COVID-19 have been unsettling for many. But, do these closings constitute Christian persecution?

Are You Spiritually Shallow? Don’t ‘Believe Harder,’ Go Deeper in Faith

When we find ourselves living spiritually shallow lives, the antidote is not to believe harder, but go deeper in our faith. Here's why.

Spiritual Espionage: How to Tell if You’re an Asset of the Almighty or the Accuser

Are you an unwitting asset of the enemy? Is the enemy your handler? Here's how to tell.

4 Big Lessons We Can Learn From Little Children

If we pay close attention, there are many lessons we can learn from little children. Here are four lessons that could change your life.
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