Materialism: 5 Keys for Blazing Hot Christian Parents

Materialism Lures Teens

Materialism is a stumbling block for blazing hot Christian parents. We wonder how to teach our children the right perspective on ownership of stuff when we ourselves find it difficult. “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and steal.”…  Read More

Stewardship Lessons’ Finale: Empowerment

Stewardship includes budgeting

Ideally, stewardship lessons culminate just before kids leave home. At seventeen, Jeffrey has several sources of income. He gets an allowance, occasionally earns money for jobs beyond his usual chores, receives money for gifts, and has a part time job. It might seem that he is has money to buy…  Read More

Tithe? 6 Ways to Teach Your Child

Counting Tithe

  Giving a tithe to God is a vital part of stewardship. If we want to raise up a generation of blazing hot Christians, the lessons must begin early. Groundwork that is laid in the toddler and preschool years is more likely to stay with your child through the teen…  Read More

Stewardship for Preschoolers

Stewardship Jar

Stewardship lessons for preschoolers? Aren’t they too young? Actually, it’s a great age to begin. We can use their compassionate nature to lay foundations for later lessons in stewardship.  “And the King will say, ‘I tell you the truth, when you did it to one of the least of these…  Read More