Parenting is the hardest job in the world and it comes with no user manual. Finding a community of Christian parents to share your burdens and successes is very important. But other families are not always free to meet when you are available. This page offers online resources for parenting, family devotions, and reviews about entertainment and other forms of media. Check back often as more resources will be added over time.
There are a lot of children’s Bibles available in bookstores and online stores. But, how do you choose which one is the best for your child at their age? The links below give good insights on how to choose a Bible for your child and why it’s important to read the Bible to your child at an early age.
Family Devotions – Ways To Do Devotions
Family Devotions – Online and Printed Devotions
Family Devotions – Smartphone Apps
SBTC Family @Home
This app is provided by the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention. There are videos and over 200 lessons available for 6 different age groups. The resources are on your phone to access whether at home or on vacation and accessible any time of the day. The app can be downloaded from Apple Store, Google Play, and Amazon Appstore.
For more information, visit: https://subsplash.com/family/app
The app includes:
- Family Devotionals
- Resources for Parents
- Marriage Devotions
- Resources for couples
The D6 Family App
This app was created by D6 Family ministry. “D6” stands for Deuteronomy 6 and they emphasize talking to our children about God and His Word as found in Deuteronomy 6: 4-7. This ministry hosts the D6 Conference and develops the D6 Curriculum to guide parents, couples and the church in discipleship. The app can be downloaded from Apple Store and Google Play.
For more information, visit: https://d6family.com
The app includes:
- Family Fun Questions
- Family Fun Nights
- Foundational Talks
- A podcast
- And more
Internet, Tablet & Cell Phone Safety
Review Sites for Movies, TV Shows, Books, Apps, & Games
To inform parents about the content of the material and media that their kids are watching, reading, or playing.
Click on the following links for more information: