iParentnow, Christian Parenting and Family Ministry
iParentnow, Inc., is a 501 (c) 3, nonprofit dedicated to helping parents and churches prepare the next generation for life change. The iParentnow ministry, publications and website were birthed from my journey as a parent, pastor, student of biblical theology, husband and son. Through the years, my wife and I traversed the gap many families feel between their spiritual values and those of our society. Together, our purpose is to pass our lessons learned and acquired knowledge on to you. We also want to invite others to join us in supporting the next generation of parents.
Simply stated, iParent is a resource for you and your church. We offer Christian parenting advice and guidance for parents of teens suffering from chemical addictions, sexually issues and spiritual struggles. For parents of children under the age of twelve view our articles on discipline, conflict management and teaching children spiritual life lessons. Ministers, church leaders and children’s pastors will find an array of theoretical and practical information about family ministries.
“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,’ declares the Lord. ‘As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.”
Teaching children about poverty
Poverty is a complex topic — one that's difficult to understand and even more difficult to explain to children. Compassion Explorer, teaches U.S. children ages 6-10 about issues of poverty in a biblical way. This great family resource is packed with stories of...
Theology of Parenting
What ranks as the most significant parental influence in raising children? The influence that had the greatest impact was their parent’s style of parenting. (45%) The second greatest influence was close friends and relatives. (35%) The third most significant influence...
Loving Your Children Extravangantly
Loving Your Children Extravangantly Bud Welch was indirectly one of the victims of the bomb that destroyed the Alfred P. Murrah building in Oklahoma City in April, 1995. His 23-year-old daughter died in the explosion and Bud struggled for years to overcome his...