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“We should never raise our kids by what others may think. We should raise our kids how we think is right and is pleasing to God.”

– Josh McDowell, author of Evidence That Demands a Verdict

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Spiritual Parenting

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Easter 2019 Resources

Last week the lead up to Easter called Lent began. Lent is the season of fasting and self-denial observed by many Christians in the days preceding Easter Sunday each year. The word "Lent" comes from a word meaning "lengthening days," with the Lenten season consisting...

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Should you “live your truth”?

Did you know that we are living in the "Post Truth" era? Post-truth politics (also called post-factual politics and post-reality politics) is a political culture in which debate is framed largely by appeals to emotion disconnected from the details of policy, and by...

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Christmas 2018 Resources

Adore (verb) to regard with the utmost esteem, love, and respect; honor to pay divine honor to; worship to like or admire very much   Adore is not a word we use very often today. Unless you’re French then you might say “j’adore” quite often! It’s a word that pops...

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Let’s talk about Halloween

Halloween - it's one of those days where we can be unsure of how to respond as Christians. At a Parents Lab event in September 2018, Maralyn MacLeod shared her thoughts on Halloween. We then had a time where we brought up issues that we wanted to share. These notes...

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Chat and Catch – relational prayer

We all want our kids to have a relationship with Jesus. One of the ways we do this is through prayer. When you pray with your kids, does it feel like you do most of the praying? I know I do. But what I really want is for them to speak to God for themselves. It's great...

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