Here are a few pages you might find funny, insightful, or helpful from around the internet:
Simple Steps for Family Worship: Part One, Part Two, and Part Three: “For many Christian parents any mention of ‘family worship’ can induce a cold sweat, a sense of guilt, and an awareness of their inadequacies. But family worship shouldn’t be a burden that Christian families avoid, rather, it should be a joy they look forward to each day.”
The Glory of Bench Warming: A great article by David Prince about how to teach a bench-sitting child to still lead on his athletic team…A great primer for Bryan Hickerson’s talk called “Sports to the Glory of God” here at CCC on February 12 from 6-8.
You Just Caught Your Child in Porn. What Are You to Do?: A helpful article that can help you as a parent to navigate through this unfortunately-common experience. The author does a good job of keeping the heart at the core of discussion, but still giving practical advice for struggling parents to disciple their teenagers through this temptation/addiction.
Nielsen’s “State of the Media” 2011: Some really interesting data displayed in a cool infographic on how Americans (and people worldwide) utilized technology in 2011. One interesting note: teenagers watched the least television of any age bracket. Those 65 and older watched DOUBLE what teenagers did. Hmmmm….
Don’t Waste Your Infertility: An insightful call for those struggling with infertility to journey through their struggle in a Christ-honoring way. This difficulty is more prominent than most of us think, and we should be sensitive and caring about how we encourage those walking through it.