We sat down to write an article about the Top 10 Episodes of 2019, and — with a couple incorrect keystrokes and poor observational skills — we ended up writing an article about the Top 10 Episodes of 2018!
But since Aaron has repeatedly taught us that “God hates waste,” we decided to share the article anyway!
Please enjoy this blast from the past and the important lessons it teaches us. Click on any episode to listen, and don’t worry, we’ll get the 2019 Top 10 out shortly!
How could an interview with Aaron’s mom not be amazing! Have you ever met the woman? She’s a national treasure. Not only that, but the subject content is so incredibly important.
Human beings think, but that doesn’t mean we think well. We need to be taught to think the way God does. And if we don’t teach our kids to think, the world will.
Every parent struggles with the value of their children’s friends. But we often misunderstand what a biblical friend really is.
Though this episode helps us identify the “bad friends” in our children’s lives, you need to make sure you have a biblical understanding of what a true friend is first. Therefore, you may want to start with “Friends, Part 1 | Who are your kids’ friends?” in order to lay the right foundation for chapter three.
How could an interview with Aaron’s sister not be amazing? :)
Children are inherently selfish, and without consistent and intentional training no one grows up into a humble servant. But Jesus was the perfect model of a servant, so we Ambassador Parents not only have to be servants, we have to teach our children to be servants as well.
Jessica does a great job giving practical advice for this process.
What is sin? How are we born with it? How does it affect us.
No doubt this episode is in the number seven slot because the nature of sin is vitally important for us to understand.
Buckle up for the ride and prepare to embrace a metaphor that clarifies the nature of sin for you and your family.
There are many people in Scripture who provide amazing examples of life and parenting. However, Jonah is not one of them. And, yet, too many of us parent like Jonah lived.
Enjoy this short study in the book Jonah and the practical application for your home.
This is a significant question in Christian circles because it seems everyone has a different opinion on the subject. In this episode Aaron helps us understand what the Bible has to say on the subject.
This episode introduced our second place series, “Teach Your Children to Obey,” by helping us understand that our children will follow what they love.
Though that seems easy enough to understand, helping our children learn to love the right things more than they love the wrong things is a life-long task.
This episode helps parents understand the nature of their children’s love and equips them to help their kids move from a destructive love to a healthy one.
With all the talk about learning disabilities and the fact that very few children will admit to liking school, it should come as no surprise that our third most downloaded episode of the year was about teaching your children to learn.
This short series delves into the spiritual and physical realities of our lives to help parents better understand why their children aren’t learning and what they can do about it.
Do you wish your children would obey better? Do you wish you knew how to help them learn to obey quickly, sweetly, and completely?
Now you know why this series was the second most popular series of the year. Take a listen and start helping your children today!
The first, second, and third place episodes really make a lot of sense.
I want to be joyful in my parenting! What’s a big part of that?
I want to have obedient children? How are they going to get better at that?
I want my children to learn the Truth God has for them?
It seems the awesome TLP listeners have taught us all something very important, and we’d be wise to listen.
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