On June 24, 2013, a missionary came to live with us. He could never walk, talk, see, or reach out a hand toward us. He brought complexities, challenges, and suffering, and required our time and energy. How, then, could we call him a missionary?
There’s hope for childhood. Despite a perfect storm of hostile forces that are robbing children of a healthy childhood, courageous parents and teachers who know what’s best for children are turning the tide. Read More
In this sequel to The Prince Who Was Just Himself, Prince Noah goes to school – on a sailing ship! Through their adventures on the high seas, Prince Noah and the other children learn that everyone has something to contribute. Read More
In an age when common sense too often gives way to the opinions of "experts", Arnold offers an approach to childrearing that is grounded in faith. This short book offers concrete steps to encourage parents who want to pass on to their children the... Read More
In this little book two fathers share thoughts and helpful practical advice on the essence of bringing up children. Read More