1. The entrance of children into the world reminds our world of the hope of redemption in Genesis 3:15.
  2. 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.
  3. This article comes to us from 1517 guest contributor, Karen Stenberg.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Our very lives as parents and children implicitly proclaim this higher and lovely truth: we have no value to God based upon our usefulness.
  7. I don't remember a time not knowing I was a sinner. Seriously, I've always understood that Christ died for me.
  8. As important as the training of your children is, much more important is handing them over to God—from the very beginning, from infancy, and beyond.
  9. We tell the little story of the Gospel because our great stories ultimately reflect Christ.
  10. We might assume that all ways are equal to raising a child in wisdom, but they are not.
  11. I am a time traveler now. It all started this past Christmas. My son gave my husband and me DNA kits, and the instructions suggested that.
  12. When I was a young boy I was constantly trying to assert my superiority over my siblings. I had to be the best at everything, and it was easy to believe I was the best.

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