Book Review: Come to the Family Table: Slowing Down to Enjoy Food, Each Other, and Jesus by Ted and Amy Cunningham

REVIEW: Come to the Family Table is more than just another parenting book. It is also a recipe book, game book, discussion guide, a devotional, and even a prayer guide. This book is an all-inone book for families seeking to slow down in order to dig in to food, family, and faith. The Cunninghams share … [Read more…]

Book Review: Managing Your Family’s High-Tech Habits by Arnie Cole and Pam Ovwingho

REVIEW: Managing Your Family’s High-Tech Habit is a helpful resource that marries the best of God’s Word with the latest research in order to help families break the technology addiction that is plaguing so many homes. This book includes practical help, a self-evaluation, and straight-forward advice. It covers a wide variety of topics while also … [Read more…]

Book Review: How You Always Meant to Parent by Brian Housman

REVIEW: A refreshing and inspired book about Christ-center parenting in a world of child-centered and parent-centered families. Brian Housman, author of numerous parenting books, unashamedly speaks to the heart of the matter-God’s process, design, and plan for wholeness and holiness in parenting children. SNAPSHOT Recognizing God’s Process Parents are part of God’s process in their … [Read more…]

Resource Review: Bold Parenting by Lars Wood

REVIEW: Long-time youth ministry veteran and author, Lars Rood, takes on the challenge of parenting in a post-Christian world with this insightful book. The book is a short and very easy to read book that every Christian parents, no matter what age their children, should give a read. Just under 100 pages long this book … [Read more…]