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Why are believers called children of God? Part 5

Why are believers called children of God? Today on Discover the Word, we conclude our discussion on how children “discover the Word” with "Our Daily Bread for Kids" author Crystal Bowman. Join us for this engaging conversation on "Discover the Word."

Entering the kingdom like a child Part 4

Jesus’s disciples argued about who was going to be the greatest in the kingdom of heaven, until Jesus told them that to enter that kingdom they had to become like a child. So what exactly did He mean by that? Today we, along with our guest, "Our Daily Bread for Kids" author Crystal Bowman examine Matthew 18 to find the answer.

Hope for raising godly children Part 3

Scripture gives parents plenty of hope in raising their children to know and love the Lord. We find that hope in both the Old and New Testament. And so, even though there are no guarantees, how can parents do their part in helping their children “discover the Word”? Don’t miss the conversation with our guest, "Our Daily Bread for Kids" author Crystal Bowman. Today on "Discover the Word"!

How to raise godly children Part 2

What does God want us to teach our children? Today on "Discover the Word," "Our Daily Bread for Kids" author Crystal Bowman joins us at the table to address a common concern for parents, how to raise godly children. Many feel ill equipped to do so, yet we want so much for them to have a relationship with our heavenly Father through His Son Jesus. How to help kids “discover the Word”—don’t miss the discussion, today on "Discover the Word"!

How children “Discover the Word” Part 1

Parents are eager to learn how to best influence their children to know God. But where do they turn? There’s no set formula, but there is wisdom to be found in the Bible. Today on "Discover the Word," the three of us and special guest, "Our Daily Bread for Kids" author Crystal Bowman launch a discussion about how children “discover the Word.” Join the study right here on "Discover the Word"!

Let’s allow God to cultivate godly restraint in our lives Part 12

Whether it’s taking another slice of chocolate cake, or losing our temper when frustrated, self-control can be difficult to maintain. But it’s a virtue we all need! Our study of the fruit of the Spirit continues.

Discover how fear can change the way we view those in need Part 4

Parents are supposed to want the best for their children. Let's study a mom and dad who weren’t exactly happy about their son’s miraculous healing!

Discover Jesus’ response to a suffering father and son Part 5

When trials overwhelm us and we reach the end of our rope, the question we often ask is, “Lord, don’t You care?” Let's study Jesus’ response to that important question. We find His answer in Mark chapter 9. Hear the conclusion of our series.

Where do we turn when life gets out of hand? Part 4

It’s a dad’s job to fix what’s broken. But what can a father do when he’s powerless to heal his own family? Let's look at a conversation between Jesus and a desperate dad with an overwhelming need.

Jesus’ interaction with a sick child and a worried dad struggling to have faith Part 3

When our son or daughter is sick all we want to do is take away their pain. We try to soothe the sickness away. But sometimes the illness is so severe, we’re rendered helpless.

Find encouragement for parents in the process! Part 2

Parenting isn’t easy! This day-in-day-out job can leave even the strongest mom or dad weary. Let's compare and contrast God the Father and Jesus with an earthly father and son, and provide encouragement for parents.

Discover reasons to rejoice even when life is falling apart Part 12

A happy family. A fulfilling career. A fruitful ministry. It’s easy to be grateful for things that go well. Being thankful for the events that turn our life upside down, now that’s tough! A study on “The Beauty of Broken.”

How to repair and reinforce sibling relationships with biblical love Part 11

They were the people we grew up with. And whether we enjoyed a close relationship with our siblings, or never really knew them, sometimes our brothers and sisters are the hardest people to love! Ready to reconnect with your family?

How to offer God’s forgiveness to those who’ve hurt us the most Part 10

Is there a family hurt you can’t seem to get past? A word, an action, or a mistake that makes forgiveness seem impossible?