• 50 Things Every Child Needs to Know Before Leaving Home

    Dr. Josh and Jen Mulvihill help parents put a biblical plan into action to raise children to maturity in Christ in the following areas of your child’s life: firm foundations, Christlike character development, biblical beliefs and worldview, spiritual growth, life skills, relational skills, work and money management, home management, personal care, and educational essentials.

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What Does it Mean that a Pastor is a Shepherd?

God has given pastors a very clear job description in the Bible. Central to that role is shepherding. This post explores the five critical functions of a shepherd: know the sheep, feed the sheep, lead the sheep, protect the sheep, and gather the sheep. God’s call to shepherds is to pay careful attention to the flock. The business of the shepherd-leader is the sheep. May it be reflected in how we function as a pastor and operate as a church.

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Josh Mulvihill’s approach is straight from the Bible, full of great insight and advice, and incredibly helpful.


Bible-based, Christ-centered, gospel-shaped resources to equip parents, grandparents, and church leaders to disciple future generations with a biblical worldview.


Church leaders have access to great books that can help grow a ministry, but sometimes it takes an outside perspective and a hands-on approach to bring about significant transformation.


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