Parenting – Love

Father, Forgive Them

Jesus' final words on the cross expressed healing power of Love and set the standard for all of us.

Lovingly Parenting Anyone Who Needs It

Trusting God, our primary parent, who simply, purely, wholly loves every single one of His children, we are able to help any child of God in times of great need.

Parenting and Spiritual Poise

Spiritual poise helps us realize that God is the true Father and Mother of our children and ourselves which assists us in responding to each situation with love.

Handling Disappointment and Discouragement

A young son illustrates a loving way to deal with disappointment.

Gratitude and Love Lead the Way

Glorifying - expressing and reflecting - God is satisfying, refreshing, full-time work. Being grateful and actively loving is one fast way out of the pit of self-centered discouragement and apathy.

Forgive From the Outset

Let's think about Christ in relation to parenting. Jesus' words remind us to be (and that we can be) compassionate and non-judgmental in our interactions with our children.

The "Do It Now" List

What can be done to improve our relationships? The unequivocal answer is to be much more willing to follow our Master's example: to love; to love more; to love more than anything else; to love ceaselessly, consistently, persistently, and, most of all, selflessly.

Giving and Receiving

The time leading up to and through the holidays is perfect for family discussions and impromptu conversations about giving and receiving.

Tragedy Cannot Separate Us From God's Love

The tragedy at the Boston marathon, turns a mother to God's everpresent and constant Love for her sons as they wait in lock-down in their college dormitories.

Lessons in Love from the Prodigal Son's Father

In the story of the prodigal son, the father's unchanging, consistent, and enduring love for his son in all circumstances are a role model for loving our own children with patience, persistence, compassion, flexibility and fortitude.

Simply Love

Perfect love is pouring forth, no matter what. It's bubbling up inside us, nearly bursting to be expressed. And it leaves us feeling wonderful and ready to express divine Love every day.

Biblical Valentine's Day Cards

This Valentine's Day, connect qualities to Bible characters, and then create cards to let others know what qualities they express that you most appreciate, and tells them how much you love them!

The Love Quiz

Share with youngsters ideas about love in action - not just on Valentine's Day, but year-round. Keep your love strong, active, consistent, no-matter-what. And never forget: RILY!

Loving God with Vigor

Loving God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength is a vigorous order! Consider different ways that this commitment can change your attitude, your perspective, your whole life.

Why Should I Forgive?

Learn how to change "Shame on you!" to "I forgive you!" Bible verses help us understand how and why it's so important to forgive rather than to hold a grudge.

Valentine Love

It's the perfect time of year to make a family study of I Corinthians 13, which is a clear message about love, caring, and charity. BibleWise provides 14 lessons wrapped up in a Valentine hug!

Forgive and Forget?

Holding grudges, getting even, mean responses, never forgiving - these build tension in any home. Teaching forgiveness will bless your family's way of life now and going forward.

Making Valentine's Day Extra Special

Discover ways to bring more true love to your family! Make "Be My Valentine" a time to better understand God's?great love for all mankind. The real message in the Bible is to love God with all our heart!

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