Resource Library for Raising Christian Kids
Raising Neighborly Kids
In this episode Phylicia and Ryan talk about how to raise kids who know how to relate well to non-Christians.
Little People in Big Church
Coat and Phylicia discuss whether it is ok to keep our kids in “big church.” How can we think about this as parents seeking to raise Christian kids?
The Challenge of Consistency
In this episode, Coat and Phylicia discuss the challenges related to remaining consistent in discipling our kids.
Generational Realities in Family Discipleship
Coat and Phylicia Discuss how we can break patterns of generational sin and how we can go about parenting as first generation Christians.
Technology and Family Discipleship
Most people either love to hate it or hate how much they love it. In this episode Coat and Phylicia take a balanced approach and discuss how we can navigate technology to ensure that our kids are not negatively impacted by it.
Time Management for Family Discipleship
How can we practically structure our days and weeks and months so that we faithfully disciple our kids?
How Your Theology Impacts Your Parenting
The Bible is more important than our theological preferences, but does our theology impact our parenting? Are there specific pitfalls to watch out for, depending on where we fall on the theological spectrum?
Little People, Big Feelings
In this episode Phylicia and Coat discuss how we can raise kids who know what to do with their feelings.
All The Feels
In this episode, Phylicia and Coat discuss strategies for managing our emotions in the context of discipline and disciplining our kids.
Stress in Parenting
In this episode Phylicia and Coat discuss parenting and stress. Parenting can be stressful. How do we manage stress in parenting? How can we be sure our stress doesn’t negatively impact our kids?
Little sinners and Big sinners
In this episode Coat and Phylicia discuss the doctrine of sin and how our understanding of it informs our parenting.
Strategies for the Sex Talk with Your Kids
Ryan and Phylicia discuss ways to turn the tables on the subject that society has deemed awkward and uncomfortable and instead make “The Talk” an ongoing conversation with your children where you are their go-to source for information. This…