Family traditions show our children that our seemingly mundane and fleeting lives can be a reflection of the eternal life we are meant for.
God has trusted these little souls to our care for their time here on earth.
What in our lives could be rearranged, even given up, for the sake of our children and their being nurtured in Christian faith and love?
The Fatherhood of God should shape, form and order the fatherhood of man.
Every child is a blessing, even if that blessing is an opportunity for parents to learn self-sacrifice — and even if that blessing is, in the eyes of the world, one too many.
Rest is necessary. But as Christians, we see other people as central to our vocation, rather than obstacles to our happiness.
Our children need to know about ugly realities like sin, death and the devil in order to understand the faith.
“Socioemotional learning” is an attempt to teach children virtue without religion.
We can give our kids the gift of the right kind of boredom and provide them with a chance to think.
Like workaholic dads, stay-at-home moms can feel torn between the claims of two roles. We are wives but also mothers, and sometimes …
Children’s entertainment consistently portrays parents — especially fathers — as fools. What should Lutheran parents do?
Lots of women and men today want to be parents, but they don’t want to get married.