Dear Fathers, Let this be your prayer – not just today, but every day! Ask the Lord for grace to lead and guide your family in the ways of the Lord Jesus, so that they may be found by your side in the heavenly Kingdom. photo © Monkeybusinessimages | Megapixl.com … [Read more...] about A Father’s Prayer
“There are some fathers who seem to forget that any share of the burden and duty of making the home-life belongs to them. They leave it all to the mothers. They come and go as if they were scarcely more than boarders in their own house, with no active interest in the welfare of their children. They plead the demands of business as the excuse for their neglect. But where is the … [Read more...] about Miller’s Monday Musings #16: An Appeal to Fathers
Christian Family Reformation is excited to announce that our latest publication, The Great Journey, is now available for purchase in two different formats! If you missed the release of our paperback version at the end of February, you can now purchase the Kindle edition for only $2.99 USD. The Great Journey is a beloved allegory in which you will journey with Pilgrim as he … [Read more...] about The Great Journey: Now Available on Kindle!
I'm happy to finally be able to post my new header photo on my homepage! It's been a long process to get my theme verse lined up on the photo in exactly the way I liked it, but I enjoyed playing the picture in Photoshop and now I'm happy with the finished result. 😊 I'd like to thank Blessings Captured, the photographer behind the photo; as well as my friend James Staddon … [Read more...] about New Header Photo!
“Four walls do not make a home, even though it may be built of marble and covered with the rarest decorations. A family may be reared in a palace that is filled with the loveliest works of art, and yet the influences may not be the kind that leave blessings behind them. The home-life itself is more important than the house and its adornments. By the home-life is meant all the … [Read more...] about Miller’s Monday Musings #13: Four Walls Don’t Make a Home