Tag Archives: Children

Adult Children of Believers

When our children choose to turn from Christ and the church, how should we respond?

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Holy and Happy Children

As Christian parents, we want our children to be both holy and happy. We desire for our children to walk with God in holiness, to love God and to seek His Kingdom, to live above sin, to know and to practice God’s Word, and to live out of trust in God. We also desire for […]

Public education and a millstone

Any illusion some may have harbored that public education in America was still primarily about learning information and skills in academic subjects such as math, science, and history should now be put to rest for good. Public education is openly and clearly a political tool for the changing of society at large and the indoctrination […]

Learning from My Grandson

Then Jesus called a little child to Him, set him in the midst of them, and said, “Assuredly, I say to you, unless you are converted and become as little children, you will by no means enter the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 18:2-3) My grandson, Adrian, is 16 months old, and he is my teacher.  […]

Childless on Mother’s Day?

If ever a woman was born to be a mother, it is my wife. Like her, there is no other, nor ever has been nor will be. But motherhood seemed only a distant hope for a season. Three long years transpired as we waited, sought medical evaluation, prayed, and hoped, only to be crushed time […]

What Is Family Ministry? Part One.

Little Joe was born in Methuselah Baptist Church, and by the time he was ten years old, Little Joe recognized his sin and his need for forgiveness, he understood Christ’s death upon the cross, and he was saved. After his baptism, Little Joe continued in the programs of the church and grew through the church’s […]

The Prince and the Golfer

Co-Authored by Evan Lenow and Waylan Owens Hunter Mahan and Prince William. Not two names you would put together naturally. But the two have caused a stir in the name of fatherhood by their respective decisions that place family ahead of their other responsibilities. We applaud the commitment to family exhibited by Mahan and the prince, […]

A Grandfather Already?

I do not know exactly when I became a grandfather, but I know that for over eight months now I have been one. So far, I have not held my grandson though he lives nearby. I have seen only a black and white fuzzy image of him dating back a few months, but that is […]