1. Craig and Troy return to the Table of Duties and discuss the vocations of family. How does God expect a Godly man to operate in his family? What does He expect of the wife? What does He expect of the children?
  2. In this fun episode, we talk about ways we celebrate Advent as a family.
  3. We are sitting down to talk about Bruno, and the other characters in the movie "Encanto."
  4. The entrance of children into the world reminds our world of the hope of redemption in Genesis 3:15.
  5. Rachel was the beloved wife, to be sure, but she was not the maternal link between Eve and Mary. That blessed position belonged to Leah.
  6. . . . or are we an evil and adulterous generation? The difference is whether the Holy Spirit will cause us to hear the Word, or not
  7. This article comes to us from 1517 guest contributor, Karen Stenberg.
  8. Let’s stop pretending that we’ll wait for our children to grow up so they can choose their religion. Parents always choose their children’s religion. Without exception. It’s just that, in some cases, this religion operates under a different name.
  9. Gretchen and Katie wrap up their conversation on parenting, otherwise known as "calling a thing what it is." They talk about confession and absolution in the home and standing back when we try to take over the Holy Spirit's role.
  10. In this unusual episode, recorded in Gretchen's basement, getting interrupted by children too often, Gretchen and Katie talk about parenting.
  11. Sin will constantly break our hearts, but God's love in Christ Jesus will give us new hearts daily, in the abundance of his forgiving grace. This is love in its purest form, and he has overcome the world.
  12. Reclaiming our Children's Identity

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