Family Friday Links 3.10.17

Here are our weekly post of online gems:

Logan Gentry had a post on the Verge site on discipleship. He writes, "Discipleship is really messy and more of a slower process than we want or realize." This is true for every discipleship relationship: parent to child, pastor to congregant, friend to friend, etc. The good news is this mess is a mess well worth making.

Christina Fox had a post on the True Woman blog on the discipline of children in prayer. She wrote, "Children learn from us how to pray by watching and listening to us pray." She then goes on to list ways to help our kids. Parents, this is helpful for you as well as your kids. Pastors, this needs to be encouraged.

Mark Merrill had a post on the importance of education for our kids. He says, "Head knowledge is important, but heart knowledge is even more important and required to lead a productive, meaningful, and significant life." This is primarily the responsibility of parents.

What have you been reading online lately? Leave us a link in the comment section and we'll check it out.