There’s nothing quite like watching your child suffer, especially at the hands of a parent who’s not around. The missed baseball games. The empty seat at the school play. The months or years of silence. Those lost moments can cause lifelong heartache unless there is forgiveness.
Single parent, God loves you! Do you know that? Are you secure in that today? If you need a mental and spiritual pick-me-up in the Word, take a moment to meditate on these scriptures from your heavenly Parent, and remember who you are, who He is and just how much He loves you:
If you and your spouse are struggling against infertility, declare these scriptures. Print them, read them, meditate them and speak them over your family. And if you need someone to agree with you in prayer, call the KCM Prayer Line at +1-817-852-6000.
If you’re one of God’s children, He’s redeemed you from the curse of infertility. If you want to have children of your own, this scriptural prayer is a great place to start. Print it out and pray it every single day until your bundle of joy arrives!
Are you struggling with keeping your peace when it comes to your children? Or do you find yourself constantly fighting thoughts of fear concerning their spiritual, mental, emotional, physical and social well-being?
Raising teenagers is work…a lot of work that takes love, dedication and prayer. Teenagers are at a critical time in their lives when they are making more and more decisions about how they will live and what they will believe.
Parents desire to protect their children—spirit, mind and body. As Christian parents, we take it as a divine mandate to raise our children “with the discipline and instruction that comes from the Lord” (Ephesians 6:4b). In this technological age, that mandate has become even more challenging.
Your family is important to you, and it’s important to God. In this video, Riley shares a story about Uncle Jimmy and his poor behavior and attitude toward the gospel at family celebrations. We all have relatives who do not know the Lord. The devil's No.
The state of our educational system may look hopeless, but when something looks hopeless, it is evidence of a spiritual problem. Hope can begin to work in these circumstances. Hope is a spiritual force which grows stronger and stronger the longer we stand. Stand in prayer for our schools today.