Resources by Year
— By Jim Newheiser and Elyse Fitzpatrick
Fitzpatrick and Newheiser teach the reader that the role of a parent doesn’t end when your children graduate high school.
— By Dave Harvey
This book prepares married couples to cling to the life-changing work of the gospel, which transforms the life of any and every sinner.
By Tedd Tripp
Shepherding a Child’s Heart teaches parents how to train up their child using the biblical principles of discipline and guidance.
— By Ken Sande
Using theology, this book helps facilitate unity and harmony in relationships that were once full of conflict.
— By John Piper
Tapping in from his own 40 years of marriage, Piper teaches that marriage is so much more than emotions, instead marriage exemplifies Jesus’ unwavering affection to His bride the Church.
— By Ernie Baker
This book is written to prepare individuals to build relationships that are founded on Christ before a relationship has even started.
Past the Pain of Childhood Sexual Abuse
— By Pamela Gannon and Beverly Moore
Sexual abuse is prevalent in our society today; this book presents the lasting hope that is found in our Creator and His Word despite the tragedy.
— By Andreas Köstenberger
Köstenberger presents a biblical view of God’s plan and purpose for a home, emphasizing the importance of Scripture and obedience.
— By Stuart Scott and Martha Peace
This book emphasizes the importance of nurturing your relationship with God in order to be a faithful parent to your children
— By Stuart Scott
This is a practical handbook that equips husbands to love their wives as Christ loved the church.
— By Martha Peace
This book teaches what the Bible says about being a godly wife, while wholly relying on God’s grace for the journey.
— By Bruce Ware
Ware takes systematic theology and presents it in a format that equips parents to teach their children the doctrines of theology at a young age.