Resources on Parenting
Keep it Real
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 17, 2020
If you are a parent who wants to pass your faith on to the next generation, I have some advice for you—KEEP IT REAL!
Fighting the Good Fight
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 16, 2020
When it comes to disciplining your children, do you ever find yourself majoring in minors?
Don't Just Say It...Show It!
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 15, 2020
Don’t just say it… show it!
Wisdom for Parents
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 14, 2020
Do you know the difference between knowledge and wisdom? As a parent, it is important to teach your children with discernment, understanding, and wisdom.
How to bless your child
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 19, 2019
As parents, we are to bless our children. We are called to it.
What it takes to have a successful family
By Dr. Jack Graham | July 16, 2019
As a parent, nothing can happen through you until it first happens in you. That’s why today’s verse says that God’s Word and ways must be in your heart before you can teach God’s Word and his ways to your children.
Pass Along Your Faith
By Dr. Jack Graham | March 20, 2019
In the 1940s the top offenses committed by public school students were as follows: talking, making noises, running in the hallways, getting out of turn in line (that was a severe offense in the 1940s), wearing improper clothing to school, and not putting paper in the wastebasket.
By Dr. Jack Graham | October 15, 2018
This is a command, and that command is critical. We are to be a part of the lives of our children and to grow them up, not just to bring them into the world, but bring them up in the world.
Be a hero to your kids
By Dr. Jack Graham | July 17, 2018
As you might imagine, over the years many men have expressed to me their concerns about being a good father. They’ve said things like, “It’s too late for me. I didn’t have a good dad and I don’t know how to be one.”
Our responsibility to our children
By Dr. Jack Graham | July 12, 2018
One of the great problems in our country is the breakdown of the family. And the chief contributing factor to families breaking down is the absence of fathers as a result of divorce or disengagement.