When I look at my family, I can’t but view them using a Calvinist lens. I find that using a Calvinistic thought process is absolutely critical in the way I raise up and nurture my young family. Amazingly, when I deviate from this lens, the more strained our family relationships become and the further we drift from God-centered child raising, to a man-centered one.
I have a lot of children, consequently I meet many families that have lots of children too. I find that we become friends frequently with many families that have a very warm regard for children in their lives, regardless of how many they have. We just seem to have a natural connection. Continue reading “Why Calvinism is Critical to Raising My Children”