Childhood & the Scriptures by Spurgeon

Childhood & the Scriptures by Spurgeon

Let us expect our children to know the Lord. Let us from the beginning mingle the name of Jesus with the A B C. Let them read their first lessons from the bible. It is a remarkable thing that there is no book from which children learn to read so quickly as from the New Testament: there is a charm about that book which draws forth the infant mind. But let us never be guilty, as parents, of forgetting the religious training of our children; for if we do we may be guilty of the blood of their souls

Get out of their faces and…

Get out of their faces and… ‎”Let your eyes light up when your children are around. Laugh more. Tell them how empty and quiet it is when they’re not there. Enjoy the things they bring to your life. Attend their activities, not as if they were compulsory for parents, but throw yourself into...

MacArthur… on parenting

MacArthur… on parenting

We’re certainly not to think that God’s sovereignty in salvation means the way we raise our kids is immaterial. God often uses faithful parents as instruments in the salvation of children.

Parenting – for whose sake?

Parenting – for whose sake? To go along with the quote I posted reviously, here is another one. Ouch! Yes, God I know… but isn’t it enough already? The challenges of raising a child are as much for the sanctification of the parents as they are for the benefit of the child. ~ Bryan...

God's Hidden Agenda

God's Hidden Agenda

God’s initial goal for Christian homeschooling families is not the raising of godly children. Instead, God’s wonderful, but subtly hidden agenda is that the homeschooling experience be so challenging for the parents that they feel the need and hunger for a closer walk with their heavenly Father.

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