Keys to Making Your Kids Apathetic About Faith

I wrote this on the Homes Devoted Facebook page (which you should “like” 🙂 if you haven’t yet.) Many Christian parents put more effort, time, money into their children’s activities than into following God and then wonder why their children grow up and love everything but God. Scott Linscott shared this article he wrote on the subject, called: Your kid’s an All …

The Best and Worst  25 Minutes of My Day

Two days ago Josh, our 9 year old son, wanted me to chase and catch him.  It often involved a little tackling, grabbing, the stretching of clothing.  For 25 minutes, I ran.  Honestly, I kept him on the ground often just so I could catch my breath. Just he and I.  Running.  Catching him (sometimes).  Rolling on the ground. Laughing. Talking …

5 Reasons To Pray Together As A Family

We say mealtime prayers and pray with our kids at bedtime, but do we gather the family to seek God and expect Him to answer?  Do we fervently seek God’s heart and will; praise Him, thank Him, ask for forgiveness, and pray for others and our needs? The fact is the majority of church attending parents aren’t praying as families. …

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Interviews From Bangkok

Is the church around the globe a lot different than America?  Hear from four people in different parts of the world discuss the tremendous need for Christian parents to live their faith at home.  Homes Devoted is now encouraging and equipping churches globally!  God is doing amazing things! We want to encourage you to watch this video as a family …

Grandparenthood: Devoted and Connected

  When attending a church Bible study last Sunday morning I witnessed a grandfather who was made fun of (even by the pastor) for having Facebook. I was unexpectedly blessed when I heard his response.  It brought an “amen” to my lips and a challenge to all the other grandparents. He said, “The only reason I have a Facebook is …