Tim Shoemaker tells families how to fully engage with the truths of Scripture while also having a good time. He shares some examples, like shooting a potato gun or instantly freezing a hot dog.
Tim Shoemaker wants you to know that while family devotions may take a little effort on your part, they definitely don't have to be boring! Tim shares object lessons that will teach your kids about God.
Don Whitney tells believers how to put some spark back into their prayer life. When we pray the Scriptures back to God we find ourselves praying with fervor.
Marty Machowski's book of systematic theology delivers the truths of Scripture in pint-sized lessons parents and children will love and understand.
What is theology? Marty Machowski explains that because theology is the study of God, theology is for everyone, including our kids.
Think you can't lead a family devotional? Think again.
The Bible is a treasure trove of truth. But it has to be opened to be enjoyed.
Standing for truth isn't popular, but necessary.
What is truth?
Stories, like Jesus' parables, can illustrate truth like nothing else.
Milk keeps their bones strong. But what are you doing to keep their faith strong?
Research shows that young adults are leaving the church in droves.
You enroll them in Sunday school, AWANA and Christian school.
Do you know a child that need to be encouraged?
Have you set aside time to worship with your family this season?
How exciting is your family worship these days?
Could God be calling your family on a missions trip?
Are you intentional about sharing your faith?
Are you mission minded?
Are you modeling faith for your children?
Today on the broadcast, author and pastor Voddie Baucham talks with Dennis Rainey about the responsibility of parents to spiritually guide and disciple their children.
Could one of our popular carols have been written by an angel?
Ace Collins reveals the whole truth behind famous Christmas carols.
Ace Collins tells the surprising story behind the classic, "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
Ace Collins tells how Christians throughout the ages celebrated the birth of Christ.
Ace Collins contrasts the Christmas celebration we know today with the Christmases of years past.