Future Men by Douglas Wilson

  “At the beginning of his life, a boy does not know what century he was born in, and consequently exhibits to many of his politically correct and aghast elders some of the same traits exhibited by the boyhood chums of Sennacherib and Charlemagne. He doesn’t know any better--yet. But in our day, many of... Continue Reading →

Parenting by Paul Tripp

“Children are God’s possessions (see Ps.127:3) for his purpose.” (p.14) One of my biggest fears in life is someone else raising my kids. It’s my nightmare. So facing the idea that my kids are not actually mine, but God’s is kind of weird. I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to raise them but they belong... Continue Reading →

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