In this episode, Dr. Rob and Amy Rienow talk about the need to be honest with ourselves about the current state of our child’s character in order to best love them and help them grow in their faith.
Do you have any goals for your kids as we enter a new school year? Goal setting can be a powerful way to intentionally help our kids grow in faith, relationships, academics, and life skills.
Setting goals with your children each year can be a powerful way to help them grow in faith and character. How would you like to see your child grow during this next year, spiritually, socially, academically, and in life skills?
Every family struggles with anger. Anger is like a destructive flood which can do serious damage to your most important relationships. Every family needs a Christ-centered gameplan to push back against anger.
Is your home filled with anger? Anger is a serious character issue that everyone struggles with to one degree or another. Anger can destroy a marriage, a parent child relationship, as well as sibling connection.
How are you doing when it comes to praying and reading the Bible with your children? Perhaps you started when they were young, but now it is more of a struggle. Sadly, I completely neglected family worship the first 10 years of our marriage!
Join Dr. Rob Rienow as he shares his story along with the biblical and historical foundation for the practice of family worship. Be sure to check out next week’s episode which will be filled with practical ways your family can start (or re-start) family worship.
What are the obstacles to spiritually leading our children? Passing our faith to our kids is our most important mission. Because of this, the parent child relationship comes under tremendous spiritual attack.
What happens when our commitment at work causes damage at home? Have you ever experienced the results of getting your priorities out of order? Has your child ever seen you lose control? Rob Rienow continues his conversation with Joe Simonds from SaltStrong.com
What does it look like to put faith over fear? One of the hardest places to be bold with our faith is in the workplace.