Character and Values | Elementary (K-5th) | Faith | Featured

4 Signs Your Kid Is Losing Confidence

When your kid constantly contrasts their life against someone else’s, remind them of who they really are and what they’re capable of. Read More


Passing Down a Faith-Filled Life, Not a Trial-Free Life

Your daily ordinary tasks can become extraordinary opportunities to reach the hearts of your children. Read More

Faith | Imagine The End

The Secret of Superman

I don’t actually recall when I stopped believing in Superman, but his story did convince me of something that is true. Good will ultimately win over evil. Read More


How Easter Gives Us Hope in the Midst of a Pandemic

I’ve got good news and bad news. The bad news is: we’re in the middle of a health crisis and global pandemic that has radically restructured our normal routines and ways of life that none of us have ever had to walk through before. The good news is:... Read More


How to Stay Connected With Your Church During COVID-19

Maybe your family is like ours and you’ve hit the crabby phase of quarantine. It may not feel like it, but there are some silver linings to this stuck-in-this-together situation we find ourselves in. Read More


Be Okay With Saying “I Don’t Know”

When your kids start asking tough questions about faith, be ready with answers, but also be okay with saying, “I Don’t Know.”  Read More


The Letter I Wrote My Son When I Gave Him His First “Real” Bible

I Gave My Son His First Real Bible Recently, my oldest, at nine and a half, got his first real Bible. One with book names and chapters and verses included. It wasn’t to mark anything significant, but the more I thought about it, the more I realized this was a significant mile... Read More


Navigating the Tension Between Faith and Science

Science seems unafraid to answer hard questions. And those of us who believe in God tend to have a habit of avoiding them Read More


What Should Kids Know About Good Friday?

It’s Good Friday–one of the most humbling, powerful and difficult days Christians observe. To think about the trial, torture and execution Jesus endured for humanity’s sake is truly astounding. If you’re like most of us, you might struggle to figure out how to talk to your children about... Read More

Celebrations | Faith

Embracing What’s To Come

I remember being told from day one of parenting, that the years would go by fast. That I should be “numbering my days.” And like all mothers, I accepted the nostalgic platitude, and then went about worrying how I would make it through the next 24 hours—the immediacy... Read More