Websites for parents

Since all parents are the primary spiritual leaders of their child(ren), check out the Homeschooling Resources page as well as various Kidmin and Preteen resources under the Leaders tab. 

“Love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children.  Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.”

Deuteronomy 6:5-7

Creation Bible Institutes in the U.S. – “Answers in Genesis” (AIG) has compiled a handy list; see main page.

Creation Colleges in the U.S. – “Answers in Genesis” (AIG) has compiled a handy list; see main page.

Creation Seminaries in the U.S. – “Answers in Genesis” (AIG) has compiled a handy list; see main page.


“Adventure Bible online” Bible search, activities, games, & more.

“Adventures in Odyssey Club” – membership access; unlimited episode streaming, daily devotionals, subscription to “Clubhouse” magazine, & more.

“Alpha Omega Institute” (AOI) “Kids Corner”“fun and educational. PowerPoint presentations, crafts, demonstrations, puppet shows, and hands-on science activities all combine to help children understand the truth of Creation and the problems with evolution“.

“California Family Council” – “Advancing God’s Design for Life, Family, & Liberty through California’s Church, Community, Capitol, & Culture”; “inform and educate Californians on public policy issues, provide media interviews and commentary on cultural and legislative issues, analyze legislation, etc.

“Christian Answers” offers “The Great Dinosaur Mystery” for kids“the world’s largest and most exciting dinosaur site…educational, fun, not-for-profit…”; kids can follow the “Dinosaur Trail”.

Explorer“a portal that contains numerous educational activities and stories that foster an understanding of the experiences of children around the world to our children”; offers activities, stories, devotions, recipes, page for Explorers, & a world map showing ministry partners who are “releasing children from poverty in Jesus’ name”.

“Got Questions Kidz” – questions answered; by “Got Questions”.

“Kid Explorers: Adventures in the Rain Forest” – from “Christian Answers”; dinosaurs, question of the month, and coloring page of the month, & more.

“ is for kids, by kids!” – exists “to help kids become spiritual champions and connect with God! To ​empower kids to use their unique gifts to lead other kids in knowing Christ”; see videos on their YouTube channel.

“Jelly Telly – membership access; kids’ “What’s in the Bible music, coloring pages, downloadable activities, other online resources, cell phone app, e-mail subscription, & more.

“Pursue God – Kids” sample video above, What is Salvation?”; site to “help kids and families pursue God one topic at a time, at church and at home”.

“The Kids Zone”“Christ-centered website designed just for children. Their goal is to provide a safe haven for children where they can be sheltered from the evil that lurks online.” Includes a “clean” Christian Chat Room, Christian teachings, Biblical profiles, the Jesus Story, a bunch of games and activities, book reviews, more.

“Kids 4 Truth Clubs” “Systematic theology for kids that teaches Bible doctrine. Apologetics for kids!”; membership access; “Equip U”, a free resource library of children’s ministry resources.

“Patch the Pirate”radio broadcast adventures; music/production resources, music curriculum, CDs, club memberships (PeeWee for younger kids), “Navigator”, a 2-page newsletter, & more.

“Superbook” – interactive competitive Bible learning kids’ site with games, activities, and a daily Bible challenge.

“Your Story Hour”“friendly radio dramas based on the Bible, historical heroes, and true-to-life adventures. Stories brought to life by talented voice actors, descriptive sound effects and compelling music–teach Biblical values, positive character traits and principles for good decision-making.”

GENERAL CHRISTIAN WEBSITES FOR PARENTS (Small group studies are listed on under Resources for parents):

“Axis: Connecting Parents, Teens & Jesus in a Disconnected World” – membership site that offers a free downloads, articles, conversation starters, podcasts, a newsletter (“The Culture Translator”) & more for parents of preteens and teens; watch 3-min intro video above.

“Barna Research Group” – research group; addresses the critical need for equipping kids & teens (see book section); online videos.

“BooksBloom”“goal is to help families establish home libraries that are well-stocked with great books”; founding couple, Jan & Gary Bloom, began homeschooling in 1982 and began the website as a resource to other parents; traveling ministry offers seminars, & workshops at various conferences; can help with finding specific books; Jan has authored two book volumes of “How Then Should We Read?”.

“Christian Mom Thoughts” – blog by Natasha Crain.

“Christian Parenting” articles and podcasts.

“Crosswalk” – parenting articles and tips email subscription.

“D6: a family ministry movement connecting church and home” – offers resources with “D6 for the Church” and “D6 for the Home” as well as a conference, curriculum, podcasts, videos, “Splink” family conversation starters, “Elements Kids’ Worship” curriculum, “Access” small group Bible studies, and “D6 Plus”, a membership site with additional resources & training.

of Desiring God.

“Desiring God” (John Piper) – “Eternity in the Everyday”; “Everyone Wants to be Happy” – 4 minute video clip from John Piper many other resources available on their website.

“Family Bible Films” – member site that offers “groundbreaking series of videos covering the major stories of the Bible; each film from Family Bible Films is supplemented with a complete lineup of educational resources that reinforce the subject material of the DVD, and are the perfect resource for home-based or home-school Bible lessons.”.

“Family Life” – Christian parenting information; a “CRU” (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) ministry.

“Focus on the Family” – Christian parenting tips separated by age groups; activities for kids.

“Generations: Passing on the Faith” – ” to pass on the faith to the next generation through the biblical family, discipleship, and education. Our passion is to see more parents loving God so much that they would love their children and teach their children everyday about the God they love.” They ‘have a message to bring to our generation – a message of truth and relationships to a lost and lonely world”; founded & directed by the homeschooled author, teacher, elder, Kevin Swanson; offers podcasts on educationmarriagefamily discipleshipapologetics, & entertainment on “Generations Radio”; also offers curriculum, free homeschooling summits, & more.

Mama Bear Apologetics”“A Mama Bear has two primary instincts: nurturing and protecting.”; founded by Hillary Morgan Ferrer, author of the book, “Mama Bear Apologetics™: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies”.

“National Center on Biblical Parenting” – articles, tips email subscription, & parenting events for heart-based, practical parenting.

“The Parent Cue” – fantastic resource for parents!; “group of family experts and everyday parents coming together to help inspire you to make every fleeting moment count before your kids move on to their next big adventure”; offers articles, videos, podcasts, resources (including parent conversation guides) & more; can also search by topic; some articles listed with parenting articles.

“Ruth Institute” – quote from founder, Dr. Jennifer Morse: “The Sexual Revolution has been going on for my entire lifetime. Millions of people have been harmed by its empty promises”; offers “Are you a Survivor?”, Resource Center, Book club for families, workshops for healing family breakdown, events, & “Make a Difference”; also has a YouTube channel.

“Raising Christian Kids: Thrive. Don’t just survive” – from “Sea Kids”; “At Raising Christian Kids, we want to see you do more than just survive parenthood. We want to see you thrive! Parenting is tough and you need all the help you can get. Our goal is to provide you with tools and tips to take on this great adventure called parenting while always considering the Christian perspective and delving into the rich resources of God’s Word. Let’s THRIVE together!”

“Talking Mom 2 Mom” – articles and resources for Christian moms on family, homeschooling, free resources, etc.

“True Vine Online” – links to various websites for Christian kids.

“Truth Becomes Her” – “a worth movement, a space for moms and mentors to gather, grow, and guide girls to discover their true value”; articles, “Heroes for Her” podcasts, free video series, “Bible Belles” books, free resources (coloring sheets & devotionals), “Our girls are worth more than they know. Let’s train them to believe it.”; free membership offers access to training & more resources.


“Empowering Parents” founded by Dr. Kevin Lehman; not Christian, but material may be helpful for parents who are dealing with defiant kids or teens that are not responding well otherwise; also have online parenting articles and “e-coaching”; see below for Dr. Lehman’s books and the“Total Transformation” programs.

“Total Transformation” program by Dr. Kevin Lehman (link is to his interview on CBN’s 700 Club); also offers “Total Transformation Plus”.


“Child Evangelism Fellowship” (CEF) – “purpose is to evangelize boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to establish (disciple) them in the Word of God and in a local church for Christian living”; offer “Good News Club” & summer “5 Day Club”.

“CRU” (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) – designed to equip those on college campuses to stand firm in their faith and share Christ with others; ministry has partnered with “Family Life” to offer “A Weekend to Remember” marriage conferences and also expanded to a global reach.

“Dare to Share” training for teens and youth groups with a gospel mindset and for them to learn how to engage others with different worldviews.

“Fellowship of Christian Athletes” – “Faith + Sport = FCA”; supports Christian youth in sports on school campuses across the U.S.

“FIRE” – mission is to defend and sustain the individual rights of students and faculty members at America’s colleges and universities. These rights include freedom of speech, freedom of association, due process, legal equality, religious liberty, and sanctity of conscience – the essential qualities of liberty; offers guide for student’s rights on campus, faculty rights & resources, 1st Amendment Library, speakers, research, high school resources, & much more.

“Gateways to a Better Education” – resources and conferences for Christian teachers and students in public schools; The Gateways Minute answers questions commonly asked.

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