Category Archives: Parenting

Gender (Book Review)

For many years now I’ve been paying close attention to the onward push of gay rights in American culture.  It was sometime in the late 1990s or early 2000s when something clicked for me.  Maybe it was something I heard … Continue reading

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In Search of Deep Faith (Book Review)

My wife and I have been reading together at night. First we read Tim Keller’s The Meaning of Marriage, which was for us like a marriage retreat in book form. After that shared experience that enriched our relationship, we decided … Continue reading

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An Appearance of Vanity Fair

Last week my family and I were on vacation. This year we decided to take our kids to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. We had an absolute blast. Our kids, my wife, and I spent the week hiking trails to … Continue reading

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Wise Words (Book Review)

What do I read my kids after Narnia?  It’s a question many Christian  parents ask themselves.  I discovered there is really no consensus answer on the web.  It seems we need more children’s stories that liberally use biblical themes and … Continue reading

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Keeping Holiday (Book Review)

My wife came across Keeping Holiday by Starr Meade while searching for possible Christmas presents that our kids could give their friends. While we were familiar with the author’s family worship guides using the Westminster Shorter Catechism, we decided with … Continue reading

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Parenting in the Pew (Book Review)

Sadly, the artful skill of raising children with loving and present discipline in the context of worship services is on the wane. As more and more churches opt for “children’s church” during the regular worship service, more and more families … Continue reading

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