I’ve Got Questions

Kids have lots of questions—some are funny and silly, some are more serious and thought-provoking. This is the idea behind my brand new picture book series called “I’ve Got Questions” published by Tyndale Kids and co-authored with my daughter, Teri … Continue reading

God’s Word is Descriptive and Instructive

Are you a strict disciplinarian, lenient disciplinarian, or a mix of both? Do you fully understand the concept of “spare the rod, spoil the child” (Prov 13:24)? According to biblical wisdom, the greatest love we show our children is when … Continue reading

Make Reading A Family Adventure

Farmers and gardeners know you cannot make a plant grow. . . the plant grows itself. What you can do is provide the conditions for growth. (Creating the Conditions for Student Motivation, Ferlazzo) … Continue reading

Trying a New Ministry

I’m the Sunday school superintendent at my church. That means I’m in charge of getting teachers for all the classes, along with a few other responsibilities. One of our most treasured, long-time teachers decided it was time for her to … Continue reading