THE CHRISTIAN FAMILY—For a Happy Marriage: Show Affection

Work, stress, and the everyday pressures of life can cause a married couple to show less affection. Can genuine affection be rekindled? Showing affection is crucial to a strong and healthy marriage. Learn how to express love through words, actions, and quality time spent together. Discover the biblical principles that can guide you in building a lasting bond with your spouse.

Does the Bible Demean Women?

This article explores the teachings of the Bible on the role and value of women, refuting the notion that the Bible demeans women. Discover the verses and examples that demonstrate the equality and worth of women in the eyes of God. Explore the idea of defined gender roles in the Bible and how they reflect something fundamental about God's nature. Discover how women are honored and valued in the scriptures.

Christian Wives Build Up Their Households

A spiritually wise, hardworking, conscientious, productive, and prudent wife by the wise organization of her household encourages and supports the wellbeing of the family. She plays a crucial, really essential role as she assists in the religious education of the children, caring for the household, and working with her husband.

What is the Biblical View of Child Discipline?

As a parent, you have the authority to make rules. But, what makes a good parent? How can you raise responsible children? Discipline is “teaching children character, self-control, and moral behavior.” Discipline is perhaps the greatest child-rearing challenge for parents because parents have a heavy investment in its outcome.

AGE OF ACCOUNTABILITY: How Old Should Male Youths Be When They Should No Longer Be Taught the Bible By Their Mothers or By a Woman in a Church Youth Bible Study Class?

According to Jewish law [tradition not the OT], when a Jewish boy is 13 years old, he becomes accountable for his actions and becomes a bar mitzvah. A girl becomes a bat mitzvah at the age of 12 according to Orthodox and Conservative Jews, and at the age of 13 according to Reform Jews. We too will recall that Jesus, at twelve years old,... Continue Reading →

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