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Visionary Parenting

Discover why God entrusted you with children

Helping parents impress the hearts of their children with a love for God.


Learn what’s involved in building a heart-connection with your teen that will bring your whole family together.

Never Too Late

If your adult children are struggling in their faith, it’s not too late for God to use you in their lives.


Catch a vision for how you & your family can make a difference in the world for Christ.

Capture a fresh,God-sized vision for your family. No matter where you are on the parenting journey, you will see God can transform your home. It begins with understanding God’s purpose for the family and taking an honest look at the current state of your home. Learn the foundational truth that God created the family to ensure that the next generation grows up to know, love, and serve Him, reminding readers of the instructions from God given directly to parents in Deuteronomy 6:5-7.

Help for Parents & Grandparents

How Many Times Do I Need to Forgive?

How Many Times Do I Need to Forgive?

When a family member does something that hurts our feelings a couple of times, it may not feel like a big deal to forgive them. What if they do it ten times? Fifty times? Now it is a different...

The Crucible of Family Relationships

The Crucible of Family Relationships

Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come. All this is from God, who through Christ reconciled us to himself and gave us the ministry...

Every Family Is Hurting

Every Family Is Hurting

Every family experiences conflict, hurt, and brokenness. There are two big reasons for this reality. First, each of us struggles with sin and character problems. Therefore, when multiple people with...

Catch a God-Sized Vision for Your Family

In a recent interview with Focus on the Family’s Jim Daly, Rob & Amy Rienow share their ministry journey and offer parents encouragement for the “not so easy” task of raising Godly children.