Biblical Parenting Resource Center

Parenting is hard. But God cares about the details.

We have kids of our own. And let’s be real – we’ve made a lot of mistakes and have needed lots of grace. That’s why we’ve compiled a free resource library, just for you.


LISTEN NOW: What Every Daughter Wants Their Dad To Know

Jeff came across an article that really touched his heart as he watches his daughter start her senior year of high school. For any Father who has been blessed to have a daughter, this is a MUST-LISTEN.

LISTEN NOW: Your Kids Are Not Your First Priority

If you’re married with kids, your priorities may not be in the right place. Contrary to popular belief, when it comes to choosing between your marriage and your kids, the answer should be clear.

LISTEN NOW: Raising Resilient Kids

We talk a lot about wanting to raise polite, kind, well-mannered kids, but do we ever strive to raise them to be resilient? Rebecca shares why this is so vitally important.

LISTEN NOW: Rebecca’s Top 5 – Life Lessons Your 18-Year-Old Needs To Know

It’s graduation time and with many kids leaving the house to go to college, it’s crucial that your 18-year-old has these life skills before they leave.


Things We Need To Stop Doing As Parents For Our Kids

It’s not a bad thing for us to love and provide for our kids, but one thing we often forget is that we aren’t just raising kids, we’re raising people.

You've Heard Of Helicopter Parents, Snowplow Parents Are Even Worse

Forget Tiger Moms and wave goodbye to helicopter parents because there’s a new type of parent pushing her way through the schoolyard—and she will stop at nothing to ensure her child’s success.

1 Secret To Raising Smarter Kids

You might be surprised by one common thing that we can start doing to ensure that our kids not only have less of a chance of facing comparison problems, but they also can become smarter instantly with this one change!

You Don’t Have To Be A Perfect Mom

Author Scarlet Hiltibidal shares some of the best parenting advice she ever received about raising children in a gospel-centered home.

Stop Asking Your Kids How Their Day Was

Talking with kids can be a difficult topic because whenever we ask them how was their day, they usually give us the normal “Fine” or “Good” answer, but if you’ve ever wanted to go deeper and really find out how they are doing, try these instead:

5 Things Your Kids Should Know By The Time They Are Teenagers

While there’s nothing wrong with wanting to help your kids out in life, there’s a point where certain basic day-to-day things need to stop.

Dad, I Wrecked The Snowmobile…

When Jeff was living in New York at the age of 12, he had a little accident with the snowmobile. Considering that the snowmobile wasn’t cheap by any means, Jeff was sure his dad would kill him once he found out.

Lawn-Mower Parents Are Worse Than Helicopter Parents

If you’ve been a parent for a while, you can generally get an idea of what kind of parent someone is whether they are more protective or more free with their techniques.

Body Image & Your Kids

There are many things that influence how children see themselves. Parents can play a critical role in helping children develop a positive body image and self-esteem.

Parents, You Must Let Your Kids Do This One Thing

There might be one thing that we are doing for our kids that could be hindering that process and that’s simply the fact that we don’t allow our kids to fail.

The Biggest Thing That Christian Parents Forget

A popular Christian speaker said that there is one big thing that Christian parents forget to show their kids and once you hear it, you’ll know why it’s so important.

The X-Plan: An Intentional Escape Plan For Your Kids

Giving your kid a way to escape peer pressure… but it may require more restraint from you as a parent. Could you do the X-Plan?

When You Catch Your Kids Looking At Something They Shouldn’t

Sadly, the world of pornography is continuing to grow and as a result, the addiction to lust and pornography has never been more rampant.

Should We Pay Our Children To Do Chores?

Teaching children responsibility is a primary task for parents. The question of whether or not an allowance should be paid for completing chores requires parents to consider training in two areas.

Jeff & Rebecca’s App Of The Week: Life 360

Life360 is the world’s leading real-time, location-sharing app, and is the best way to coordinate with family and friends. Get automatic notifications when your family comes and goes from home, work and school, and when they complete drives.

Yes, We Talked About “That” & It Wasn’t Weird At All

It’s a conversation that many parents dread having, but if we want our kids to know the truth about sex, then we need to make sure they hear from us – rather than their friends.