The home: A sphere for disciple-making

Homes can be changed in extraordinary ways when families intentionally apply principles from Deuteronomy 6 with the children that God has entrusted to them.[more]


Overcoming prodigal paralysis

The Gospel of Luke records the well-known parable of the prodigal son. Unfortunately, many families are experiencing the reality of this parable in their homes. Mark Smith offers a word of...[more]


4 things to share with your children about...

There are many wonderful insights to glean from the biblical accounts of Christ’s birth. Family ministry consultant Mark Smith shares four truths to ponder this Christmas season. [more]


Family disciple-making: As you go…

Moses commands parents to “impress” God's Word into the lives of their children. Here’s a simple, biblical framework to make that happen within the daily rhythms of life.[more]


Productive busyness

Consider the ways you can take advantage of the natural events God has build into each day and have Christ-centered conversations “as you go.”[more]


3 common objections to family disicpleship

In Deuteronomy 6:7, Moses commands parents to "impress" God's Word into the lives of their children. Then, he gives instruction on how to actually make that happen within the rhythms of...[more]


Equipping families to make disciples

Many parents know instinctively that Scripture calls them to be the primary disciple-makers of the home, but they tremble at the idea of playing the role of spiritual leader. “Parents...[more]


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