All Resources on Children
Pastor John how would you care for a young couple coming to terms with their infertility and feelings of failure? What would you want them to know about God in light of his apparent withheld blessing?
How should the gospel affect our vision for the next generation?
John Piper says that, though all parents are sinful, Scripture still commands children to submit to them.
The nursery may be the most God-filled room in your church.
John Piper says that motivation is a major factor in whether you should adopt.
John Piper explains that although the Bible doesn't require having children, it may still be a good idea.
John Piper suggests three ways to help hurting children trust God.
John Piper talks about why it is important to raise your children as though they were in the faith.
John Piper talks about how to encourage your kids to love the word of God.
Christians must be like children in their relationship to God and like God in their relationships to children.
One option for how to lead your child to rest ... in God.
Children prove whether you are truly great or not—whether you live to serve or live to be praised.
Disciples of Jesus should remove all hindrances that keep children from coming to Jesus.
Something is deeply amiss in the soul that does not descend to love a child.
Christ purchased privileges for the children of believers. But he did not guarantee their salvation.
How and why to teach kids the complex and essential doctrines of the Bible.
A boy that's got to steal a cake has never seen what God can make.
Silence about Christ is dogma. Not to teach the infinite value of Christ is to teach that he is negligible.