With so many resources online on parenting, it’s refreshing to find a website with such a wealth of material from a biblical perspective. The articles and resources that have been compiled on Raising Godly Children are sure to be an encouragement to any parent. If you’re looking for practical help and biblical wisdom, you won’t find a more useful website.
Brian Dempsey, Teaching Elder, Christ Reformed Church
Director of Grace Online Library
Praise God for the vision of Raising Godly Children! This website contains invaluable resources to learn more about what the Bible teaches in relation to raising our kids. In this challenging age in which we now live, never has it been more necessary that parents actively seek and model to their children, a life lived in the palm of God’s hand. I would recommend delving into this website with your Bible in hand. Be prepared to unearth some treasures that you can pass down as an inheritance to your children.
Author of Sam’s Heart
Finally! Considering that we live in an information age, it is surprising just how hard it can be to find good, quality resources. There are an abundance of tools with nice ideas on parenting, but provide little assistance in terms of practical helps. Not to mention how so many of the resources out there do not help instill solid, Evangelical doctrine built upon the Biblical Gospel into the hearts and minds of our children. As Christian parents, this should be one of our highest desires. I praise God for Raising Godly Children- it is the one-stop site for the tools and resources I have been desperately longing for. I urge you to do as I will do and make this a site you visit often and, by the power of the Spirit, put these great tools into practice in your home.
Paul Yanchek, Senior Pastor, Lighthouse Alliance Church
Author of the blog The Intentional Spiritual Life
The Raising Godly Children (RGC) blog has been a wonderful encouragement and resource as we continue to set the vision for raising our children God’s way. While the world and sometimes even the church continue to throw failed practices in our face, RGC has been a constant reminder that church starts in the home, and the best influence we have on our children’s lives are the habits and practices we establish in the home, which are based on the Word of God alone. From the reminders in Scripture, to the practical applications given, I am thankful for a resource like the RGC blog. It epitomizes Joshua 24:15.
Jeremiah Blomberg, Father of Three Little Girls