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Journal entries focus on the heart and motivation for World Christian parenting. Monthly articles written by key authors and ministry leaders offer wisdom and inspiration as you disciple your children and pursue intentionality in the midst of family life. Additional thoughts and devotionals written by Weave team members encourage you to draw near to Jesus for wisdom, strength, and grace as you navigate everyday realities and encounter situations you don’t feel equipped to deal with. Enlarge your vision for what God can do with ordinary families whose hearts and lives are yielded to Him.

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Praying for the World: Continents

“Pray without ceasing,” (Thessalonians 5:17) points out the importance of consistency in our prayers. Doing the same thing over and over is what develops habits in our family—whether it is brushing our teeth or praying for the nations to know and follow Jesus. Perhaps you feel outside your comfort zone as you attempt to establish…

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God is our Rock!

Recently, my family enjoyed a vacation in the mountains. Each day we balanced on large boulders by the rushing river’s edge and marveled at the power and beauty of God’s creation. One day we found ourselves exploring quieter waters. We searched for small, flat rocks that were perfect for skipping across the top of the…

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Connect With God’s World:

Note to Parents: In the last journal, you read a story about Zamira and her family (If you missed the story, find it here). They are Kazakhs, an unreached people group in Central Asia. What language do most Kazakhs speak? To find out, do the following cultural activity with your family.   Cultural Activity: Zamira…

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Connect With God’s World:

Note to Parents: Help your family embrace God’s love for the world. Read this story together to learn about and pray for the Kazakhs, a people group in Central Asia. Come with me to the capital city of Kazakhstan, where giant skyscrapers tower over giraffe and elephant topiaries, bubbling fountains, and plazas carpeted with brightly…

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Mid-Autumn Festival of China

Note to Parents: Exploring traditions from other cultures is one way to expand your family’s view of the world and cultivate a heart for the peoples that God loves. Learn about the Mid-Autumn Festival, an important holiday in China. On September 24, many people across China will celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival. Held each year during the…

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Starting With Me

The sound of birds chirping filled the upper-level room. A light breeze blew through the window, bringing relief from the morning heat. Down below, the streets were teeming with travelers going to and fro and shop owners preparing their stands. Day 2 of the Big Story Training in Abuja, Nigeria was about to commence. As…

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Raising Children Committed to Reconciliation

Hatred has been with us ever since Adam and Eve sinned. From the first civilization, one way hatred has manifested itself is through racism. Because of this, an essential aspect of Christian parenting is equipping our children bring the love of Jesus and His gospel into this world filled with racial hatred. The first Christians…

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Seeds of Song

I recently had the joy of meeting Jan, a church planter in Indonesia. She shared of unreached villages that experienced Jesus for the first time, and she explained that she had come to anticipate miraculous stories from her co-workers. It had become common for unreached villages to see God move among them, and Jan was…

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Prayer Uprising: Children in His Story Part 5

Boys and girls have simple faith that is reflected in their prayers. God used one group of young prayer warriors to set in motion a chain of events that brought sweeping revival to Central Europe, ultimately launching the modern-missionary era. The year was 1707. The place was Silesia. In this region, now part of modern-day…

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