My dad always says, “Nothing will change in your life if you do not read the Bible.” I believe this is true.
All of the snippets of scripture that we hear in worship and sing in hymns “count” in my children’s Christian education.
Responding to kids’ faith questions when they come – including in the car on the way to ballet – helps them understand that faith matters every day of the week.
Clergy kids get special expectations. But Jesus overturned the expectations of others.
Our family is in church every Sunday. Except for one week this summer, when we weren’t.
I have my own criteria for selecting a seat in church. But giving my children the freedom to pick where they want to sit has helped me see my limitations.
Now that many of us give online through automatic donation, how do we teach kids what it means to tithe?
My relationship with my grandparents planted some of the seeds for my adult conversion to Christianity.
St. Bartholomew reminds us that when we support our children’s participation in church youth programs, they will be transformed by their connection to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
There is no better time than fall to start new traditions, get back into parish life, and dive into faith with your family.