Monthly Archives: November 2017

‘Teach Our Children To Love Their Bodies, Not Take Drugs To Change Them’

Children should be encouraged to “love the bodies they have”, rather than try to medically alter them, an MP has warned. David Davies issued the caution in a riposte to Parliamentary support for making it easier to ‘change sex’. He has also challenged the Prime Minister to tighten transsexualism law after a doctor in his […]

The Risk Of Taking Children To Unreached Peoples

Should a Christian couple take their children into danger as part of their mission to take the gospel to the unreached peoples of the world? Short answer: Yes. Why? Because the cause is worth the risk, and the children are more likely to become Christ-exalting, comfort-renouncing, misery-lessening exiles and sojourners in this way than by […]

What Is God’s Take On Divorce?

On many occasions during Jesus’ ministry years the religious leaders asked him questions to test, trap and trip Him up.  They failed every time of course!  One such instance was written down by Jesus’ disciple Matthew (Matt 19:1-15 NIV) when they asked him, “Is it lawful for a man to divorce his wife for any […]

What’s The Big Problem With Marriage?

In the book, Sacred Thirst, the author writes, “The bride and groom are standing in front of everyone, looking better than they are ever going to look again, getting so much attention and affirmation. Everybody even stands when they walk in so it’s easy to think this marriage, at least, is about them. It’s not. […]

Try This One Thing to Keep Your Family Close

I am not a parenting expert, and really I rely on God as to the steps I need to take with my children on a daily basis to help them grow into all they can be. But there is one thing that my wife and I have done since our children were little, and we […]

Dear Mrs. Hall And Mrs.Woolsey…

The last few days have been all abuzz with a post from Mrs. Hall, a concerned mother upset about what her young teen boys were viewing on social media. Her approach is zero tolerance and censorship of any half-dressed girls. Good for you. Your house, your children, your rules. Then another mother, Mrs. Woolsey chimes […]

This is how you deal with an entitled teen

Given 963 million people go to bed hungry every night and 150 million children between the ages of under 14 years old are engaged in child labour worldwide we can safely say that our teens lives aren’t that bad. “Try convincing my daughter of that!” one mum recently said to me. “She hasn’t stopped making […]