Christian education strives for God’s glory and praise for his glorious work in creating and upholding the universe. This article explains what such education means for the student and the Christian teacher.
How do you encourage your child to read the Bible? This article suggests buying them their personal copy, as well as being an example to them, teaching them why the Bible is special, helping them to reflect on what they read, and encouraging them to pray.
Unbelieving parents and believing parents have hopes for their children. What this article shows is that their hope is based on different grounds. The unbelieving parents' hopes for their children is in their child, while the believing parents rest in God.
Looking at Mark 8:23-24, this article applies the teaching to parents and teachers. It shows them how God works to lead people to his knowledge and how he brings growth in the young ones. Parents should put their hope in God for the spiritual growth of their children.
Looking at the role of the high priest from the Old Testament, this article shows how Christ was pictured in this role, and encourages Christians to draw near to God under the High Priest, Christ Jesus.
Showing through biblical examples Christians who served in secular governments and the influence they had, this article calls young and old Christians to consider where God may be calling them to serve in their society and communities, so they can serve as gatekeepers.