Less than two years ago, we at Southeastern Seminary’s Intersect Project embarked on a journey. We were convinced that faith doesn’t just matter on Sunday mornings. It matters in the workplace, our pocketbooks, the public square and our homes. So we set out to give you daily insights to help you connect faith with the rest of your life.
Today marks an important milestone in that journey — the publication of our 500th post. These 500 articles, videos and resources have equipped more than 185,000 of you to connect faith to all of your life.
To celebrate, we’d like to give you a gift — no questions asked. Bruce and Lauren Ashford have put together Every Holiday a Holy Day, a new parenting ebook. Simply drop your email address in the box below, and we’ll send you instructions on how to download it.
Every Holiday a Holy Day
But parenting is also an opportunity. Children are sponges, ready to absorb what we teach them. How will you seize this opportunity? In what ways will you teach the gospel to your children?
Teaching our children the gospel doesn’t have to be complicated. Some of the most ordinary moments in the parenting calendar provide you with an opportunity to do so.
One way Bruce and Lauren Ashford capitalize upon their children’s receptivity is to use annual holidays (which tend to be exciting for small children) as special moments to teach their children about Christ and his gospel.
In Every Holiday a Holy Day — this FREE, Intersect-exclusive e-book — you’ll discover how the annual calendar gives you wonderful opportunities to shape your children’s hearts and lives.
Simply sign up for Intersect’s weekly email newsletter, and we’ll send you instructions on how you can download it.
About the Authors
Bruce and Lauren Ashford are the parents of three small children and members of Summit Church in Raleigh, NC. Bruce is a Provost and Professor of Theology & Culture at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, the author of several books and a regular contributor for Fox News Opinion.
Lauren is a Christian counselor and mother who has spent an inordinate amount of adult life packing lunch boxes, mediating disputes about toys and scraping goldfish out of her children’s car seats.