Whether you interpret Proverbs 22:6 as a promise for raising your kids “in the Lord” or a warning about not doing so, there’s one thing we know: what you do as a parent matters and it will lead to results.
As we approach educating our children, perhaps the very first stop is a lesson—for all of us parents—on reliance. Where do we put our trust this fall and how do we do our best for the children that God has entrusted to us?
Everyone wants the best for their kids, and let’s face it, there’s really no ideal ‘scenario’ here. In an ideal world everyone would be vaccinated before returning to work or school. However, since that reality is still a way off, parents are left weighing up the ‘least bad’ option instead—and there’s so many different factors to consider.
It’s the struggle to feel seen, productive, it’s the constant worry you are doing something wrong, it’s the unending need for more and more patience, it’s the lack of understanding from those that aren’t living the same life, and the severe lack of societal appreciation for the effort and talent it takes to run a home well. Here's how to fight STAHM depression.
If you have an itch to get out and do some traveling with your kids but are feeling a little daunted by the task at hand, here are some helpful tips to bring on the adventure and create some pretty magical memories.
While the Bible doesn’t specifically outline Jochebed's character qualities, we can certainly see them lived out in how she responded to her difficult situation. There is much to emulate from Moses' mother's character.