In the 2018 G3 Conference, Paul Tripp spoke on the subject of “Parenting.” In session 6, his topic was titled, “It Takes a Disciple to Parent a Disciple.” You will find this extremely helpful for you as you make disciples in your home.

Conference Week: Today the Shepherds’ Conference begins in California and tomorrow Ligonier will begin their National Conference in Florida. You can watch Shepherds’ Conference online on their website. If you’re at the Ligonier Conference, I will be there as well and hope to see you.

The Moleskine PEN+ ELLIPSE lets you record your scribblings right into your pen — As technology continues to increase in this area, we are more likely to make the leap from “real” pens into the world of tech-pens.

10 Lessons on Parenting Big(ger) Kids — Tim Challies’ oldest turned 18, and he has provided some tips for parenting older children. He writes, “So here are a few things we’ve been learning along the way (all of which we pilfered from the parents we have admired and did our best to imitate).”

Five Reasons to Include Women on Your Church Staff — “Having a woman on staff who is theologically mature and wise can be a great asset. She can keep the pastors informed of what women are reading—both the good and the bad.  This allows the pastor to encourage helpful books and curriculum as well as caution people against materials that are problematic.”

LifeWay To Discontinue Firearm Sales To Customers Under 21 — Just for a few laughs, the Bee has some breaking news for you.

You Don’t Have to Give Your Kid a Phone — “‘My daughter is thirteen years old, and she doesn’t have a cell phone.’ I said those words from the platform at a women’s event and was surprised at the sharp intake of breath all over the room.”

Do You Want to Be Happy Forever? — “Nobody wants to go through life unhappy, but happiness always seems so fleeting. Is there a joy that lasts forever?”

Can You Pass This Simple Bible Doctrine Quiz? — Yesterday, I posted a Bible quiz (only 20 questions). If you haven’t yet taken it, you can still do so and the answers and explanations will be posted on tomorrow.