Championing a Faith That Works Anabaptist Voice is published quarterly and seeks to interpret Bible truth in a simple childlike way, and to apply Bible teaching to the lives of living saints in a practical manner.
Women, by nature, are gifted as angels of mercy—who bring beauty, grace and compassion to their world and relationships. Discover how Christian women can bless their families and associates with the unique impact of God-given gifts and strengths.
Good homes don’t just happen. They are the result of careful planning and thought and discipline and prayer. The Christian home is intended to be far more than a bed and breakfast. God wants it to be the headquarters where the spiritual needs of the children are met.
To whom shall we go for help in the all-important task of child training: worldly philosophies or Biblical premises? Listen to the 3 R's that every child should learn before he goes to school to get his second set. Learn 8 basic principles that parents should employ, many of them from Grandpa's day.
Do we, like Moses, have personal conviction worth passing on? Personal conviction cannot be forced. We need to have a passion for our own personal conviction, yet respect others as well. Are we willing to allow our children to ask questions yet guide them diligently into a life of Christian service
The relationship that parents have with their children in early years will set the course for that child's life. Where can you learn how to teach your child? God values children, and so should we. Let us learn from our Heavenly Father the best way to relate to the precious souls He has given to us.
God has called fathers to an important role, one that takes courage. Why and when does a father need courage? With the help of his Heavenly Father, each Christian father seeks to lead his family to that Father, making that his chief aim in life. Fathers, be of good courage!
The importance of parents in the lives of their children cannot be overstated. But the contribution of grandparents is also of great value. There are some qualities that should mark the lives of those who serious about being good grandparents.
In a world where most homes are in shambles a stable, contented family is rare. Your family does not have to be that way though. When every person accepts the role God has planned for them in the home it is a peaceful happy place.
Paul describes many characteristics of the end of the age. There will be a love of money, arrogance, blasphemy, and disobedience to parents. Intemperance will be common. Conditions will become progressively worse as the church age draws to its close. The days will be perilous!