The topic of social media can be controversial for families. Each family has their own “house rules” when it comes to the age their child can join social networks, which networks they can join, how strict they should be with social media rules such as having login and password details as well as the length of time their children are allowed to engage in social media each day. I will share with you how I handled this topic with my 16 year old stepdaughter as well as share with you 4 questions you can ask your stepchildren about social media using the bible.
Most people are familiar with The Lord’s Supper. This was a special occasion when Jesus had his last meal with his faithful apostles before his death. In this post, I’ll discuss how The Lord’s Supper took place as well as the importance of celebrating The Lord’s Supper with your family the way Jesus did. More importantly, I’ll also show you from the bible why you and your family should celebrate this momentous spiritual occasion.
In this post, I’ll show you ways you can discuss the death of Jesus Christ with your stepchildren, the benefits of Jesus sacrifice for you and your family and what you can do to prepare for Easter.
We all need rest and relaxation. From the moment we open our eyes in the morning until we go to bed at night, we are working hard. But does God really care what we do when we are relaxing? Is our choice of entertainment separate from our worship of God? Read on to find out!
As parents, we all must deal with the subject of social media when it comes to our children. We may ask ourselves the following questions: How old should they be before opening a social media account? How much time should I allow them to spend online? Should I even allow them to join social networks? These are tough questions to find clear answers to.
“Do you allow your children to go on social media?” As a Christian stepmother of two teenagers, I have been asked this question a few times so far. My answer is always the same: yes, but with boundaries.
Instead of being wary when asked about my views on social networking, I am now prepared to defend my parenting decisions based on the bible and want to share these with you.