Parenting

Back in the 1980’s when my wife and I were pursuing our Master’s degrees in music at Arizona State University, before we understood Reformed/Covenant Theology, we experienced first-hand a situation similar to what is given to us in the Gospel of John, chapter 9. Seeing a blind man, the disciples...
Christine de Pizan – Theologian and Mother Christine de Pizan was the first professional woman writer in France, if not Europe. She is normally seen as an early feminist rather than as a theologian and a mother. But many of her writings are based on her study of Scriptures and the church fathers,...
Emily Zinos of the Ask Me First Minnesota Family Council returns to the bunker following her outstanding appearance on “ Gender Confusion .” This time, Emily brings along her good friend Natasha Chart, who is on the board of directors of the Women’s Liberation Front - WoLF. What do a conservative...
Bret Saunders
Editor's Note: This is the final post in this series. Part 1 [ available here ] introduced the connection between a biblical understanding of education and that of fatherhood. Part 2 [ available here ] explored the storytelling aspect of education. Now the author turns to the second aspect, Law,...
Bret Saunders
Editor's Note: This is the second part in a series on the relationship between education and fatherhood. Read part one here , and watch for more in the weeks ahead! As mentioned in my last post, education means shaping and filling, admonition and nurture, law and story. That should sound familiar...
Bret Saunders
Editor's Note: This is the first part in a series on the relationship between education and fatherhood. Stay tuned in the coming weeks for part two! "One father is more than a hundred schoolmasters." -- George Herbert "I write not these things to shame you, but as beloved sons I warn you. For...
Rachel Green Miller
If you could give a new mom the perfect gift, what would it be? Would it be full night's sleep? Maybe you'd give her a hot meal without interruption or maybe the confidence that she'll be a good mom. Those would be precious gifts to any mom. But what do moms need most? More than any of these things...
Rachel Green Miller
If you could give a new mom the perfect gift, what would it be? Would it be full night's sleep? Maybe you'd give her a hot meal without interruption or maybe the confidence that she'll be a good mom. Those would be precious gifts to any mom. But what do moms need most? More than any of these things...
Rachel Green Miller
If you could give a new mom the perfect gift, what would it be? Would it be full night's sleep? Maybe you'd give her a hot meal without interruption or maybe the confidence that she'll be a good mom. Those would be precious gifts to any mom. But what do moms need most? More than any of these things...
Do you remember when you first learned you would have a child? You likely prayed over your little one day after day. Even though you'd never met him or her in person, you loved your child more than anything. You waited for months--and if you were an adoptive parent, sometimes years--anticipating...