Food for Thought

A weekly collection of articles from the web

Food for Thought, 03.13.18

Several articles from around the web for you this week! 5 Tips for Engaging with Scripture: To love the Lord with all our strength, we must actively engage with Scripture—asking questions, learning contexts, making connections, and reflecting on personal applications of the text. The story of work – and why it’s so complicated for women: “For most […]

Food for Thought, 02.27.18

Articles from around the web for your week! 3 Ways to Disciple Our Children in an Age of Confusion: “The culture is speaking loud and clear. We must be louder and clearer. Three ways we can do this well is to tell, tune in, and talk” The Difference Between Guilt and Shame: “Though Guilt and Shame are […]

Food for Thought, 02.14.18

The elderly, raising boys and an example of true love on Valentine’s Day– check them out below! The Benefits of Listening to the Elderly: “Why might the Lord, in his grace, cause the aged to repeat themselves as they do? What is the Lord showing us through it?” How to Teach Boys to Respect Women: “Every Christian […]

Food for Thought, 02.06.18

My Baby’s Heart Stopped Beating: “I got to be a mom. It was only for a moment, but it was a beautiful moment. I hope I get to be a mom again, but even if that doesn’t happen, God is good. And his purposes for me are sure.” When Someone You Admire Does Something Disgusting: “When […]

Food for Thought, 01.30.18

Great articles for your week ahead! Dissect Your Discouragement: “Some deny their discouragement. Others let it dictate. Avoid both, since there’s a better way.” Does ‘Turn the Other Cheek’ Mean ‘Get Walked All Over’?: Staying in a damaging relationship is not what it means to “deny yourself.” Why Should You Join a Local Church?: Since we are […]

Food for Thought, 01.23.18

Does My Teenager Really Need Youth Group?: “For families with teenagers, time is a valuable commodity. Between the rat race of school, sports, work, social lives, and many other activities vying for time, why should you, as a parent, encourage your student to be active in your church’s youth group?” Mothers, Embrace the Mess: “God is teaching […]

Food for Thought, 01.09.18

Here’s some great new articles as you start your way through this new year! How to Help Your Children Read the Bible: “Earnest Christian parents want to help their children learn to read, understand, and love the Bible, but few know how. Here are eight ways to start.” How Will You Use Your Gifts in the […]

Food for Thought, 12.12.17

A couple of articles for your weekly reading from CCC! The Great Baby Bust of 2017: Fertility Is Falling Faster than You Realize God Chose This Home for You: “Your address is not a coincidence. Where you live — house, townhome, duplex, apartment — is not mainly a consequence of your budget, your stage of life, or […]

Food for Thought, 12.05.17

Check out these articles below from around the web! What If God Takes It All Away: “Your intense season of need may be the greatest gift of grace that God has given you for his eternal purposes.” How to Become a Christian: A Letter to Teenagers in Good Churches: “Deciding to get on board with Jesus […]

Food for Thought, 11.21.17

An article and two encouraging videos- a must watch! 3 Parenting Myths Every Parent is Tempted to Believe: “As Christian parents raise their children in the discipline and instruction of the Lord, we can be tempted to believe some dangerous myths about what we are doing and how we are to go about it.” A ministry […]