Here's what we've been reading online this week:
The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) had a post on how parents empower their kids to live out their faith. It reads, "... the kids that continue to follow Christ are usually those that are actively engaging with Christianity and living it out through day-to-day actions." This post goes on to give parents (and the church) 4 practical things they can do.
Scott Kedersha had a post about questions to ask before (and after) you get married. He says, "But before you pick out a cake, wedding venue and photography package, make sure you consider these three vital questions." His questions are important, they will provide strength and direction for your marriage.
Jason Allen had a post on tips for leading your kids to Christ. He wrote, "I feel the weight—and glory—of this stewardship daily and find immeasurable fulfillment and joy as I see my children taking steps toward Christ. I am sure many Christian parents feel the same way I do—awestruck by the opportunity and responsibility that is ours." His tips are helpful for both parents and those that work with kids.
Mark Altrogge had a post on how parents provoke their kids to anger. He lists serval ways parents do this. He concludes, "May God give us gracious, gentle, humble, affectionate hearts toward our children." Parents, and especially dads, learn from this wise pastor.
What have you been reading online lately? Leave us a link in the comment section for us to check out.