Valentine’s Day provides grandparents an opportunity to uniquely and creatively connect with their grandchildren as they work to build deep and strong relationships.
There are several spiritual practices we can engage in for the purpose of discipling our grandchildren. One of the most important of which is that of speaking a blessing.
The telling of our God-stories can be compared to the placing of large stones as a testimony to God. It is a method for discipleship.
A list of Christmas traditions for establishing and reinforcing a strong sense of Christian and/or familial identity.
One of the most satisfying of our role-fulfilling methods is that of remembering, keeping, and documenting family traditions.
Scripture clearly indicates grandparents are to be about the business of disciple making. And one way to fulfill this call is by modeling the character of Christ.
Build generational bonds in your family this Thanksgiving. Ditch the kids’ table and implement one or more of these memorable ideas.
In Scripture we see a clear call to grandparents. They are to be about the business of disciple making. And one way to fulfill this call is through prayer.
In all the noise of the world, the role of grandparent can easily be drown out. But make no mistake, God has given us a very clear purpose.
What does a day in the hot sun pulling weeds have to do with grandparenting? Don shares his reflections on weeds, Psalm 1, and what it all has to do with grandparenting.