Archive for April, 2020

A Guide To Family Worship – Ryan Bush

“This guide is simple, approachable, and repeatable for families of any makeup and age. Do not feel as though you must reinvent the wheel when it comes to family worship. In this guide, Ryan Bush compiles help from hundreds of years of Christian history to help you and your family read, memorize, catechize, pray, and sing.”

Dad’s Role in Homemaking –  John Piper

“This oversight involves primary responsibility for protection in the family — physically, morally, and spiritually. It involves the primary responsibility for providing for the family. It involves a servant heart that leads by modeling rather than mere commanding.”

Epic: An Around-The-World Journey Through Christian History – Tim Challies

In his new book and video documentary Tim Challies, “explores the history of what God is accomplishing in this world, whether through princes or peasants, triumph or trial. Each object offers a tangible link between the present and the past, between the Christians of the 21st century and those who lived and died in centuries past.”

Parenting with Patience: Overcoming Anger in Your Home – Chap Bettis

“Ashamed of your yelling? Embarrassed by your outbursts at your children? There is hope! Parenting with Patience is a five-week video-driven Bible study. It includes five lessons in online streaming videos and a participant’s workbook.”

Studies in Proverbs – Paul Washer

This new, FREE, online study is called “Studies in Proverbs.” Each study consists of a 20-minute lesson in which Paul Washer teaches through the book of Proverbs. These lessons are made with children and teenagers in mind (though adults can certainly learn from them as well!) and can serve as a school course.  It is their hope to be timely help for families! A new episode is released every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (which started on April 20th, 2020).

The Dad I Want to Be – Daniel Darling

“God calls us to something better and empowers us. We can’t change where we’ve already failed, but we shouldn’t let past failures paralyze us. Right now, in this exact moment, I can be faithful. I can put down my phone. I can seek peace in this conversation. I can turn away from selfishness and toward service.”

Your Family Is the Frontlines: Three Ways to Recover the Christian Home Steven Wedgeworth

“In all of this, the Christian family will learn to just be a Christian family. As all the members come to really believe what they say and hear, the home will be characterized by a constant Christ-filled aroma. Parents will teach their children to believe and not to doubt, and the whole family will order their affairs toward the glory of God. This should not be a temporary measure during emergency times, but a lasting vision for the Christian life, to reclaim the home, build the home, and consecrate the home to our master, Jesus Christ.”

Soli Deo Gloria,

Adam B. Burrell