Purity in the 21st Century: 10 Ways to Help Your Teen Stay Pure

  Raising godly children in today's society is a difficult task. The pressures and temptations that assault our children are strong and unyielding. As parents, we want what is best for our children, but we often find ourselves fighting against a culture that teaches that everything is okay – that there are no absolute truths... Continue Reading →

Chosen: 3 Special Adoption Stories

November is National Adoption Month. Won't you take a moment to read about three different adoption stories -- 1 that took place over 2,000 years ago, 1 that took place nearly 14 years ago, and 1 that could take place today!

To: My Boys RE: Your Spiritual Growth

My darling boys, Earlier this summer, we planted sunflower seeds together. The package said that the seeds would grow to be 12 feet tall. It was difficult for you to understand what 12 feet tall meant, and you were skeptical when I told you that the flowers would grow to be taller than your dad.... Continue Reading →

September 2014 Prayer Calendar for Children

September 2014 The prayer calendar for September 2014 is here! Be sure to download your free pdf copy and help your kids pray BIG this month! Also, if you enjoy the prayer calendars, you may enjoy Friday Family Bible Time!  This is a new feature here at Ministry Mom that gives ideas for how to... Continue Reading →

Goals: A 5 Lesson Bible Study for Students and Their Families

Do you want to help your children set achievable goals for this school year? This is a Bible study designed to help you do just that. Using Scripture, this study is divided into five lessons that help you and your child create achievable goals in the areas of spiritual, physical, social, and academic growth. It... Continue Reading →

July and August Prayer Calendars for Children

Prayer is such an important part of a Christian's life. It is through prayer where we communicate and connect with the One who loves us more than anyone else – our Father God. As parents, we want our children to have intimate relationships with Jesus Christ. We want them to read their Bibles and we... Continue Reading →

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