Tag: children

  • Keeping Ministry Attractive to your Children

    Missionary Family

    As part of celebrating my first Blog-i-versary, I am re-posting some of my favorite posts which capture the heart of NoSuperHeroes. This post is one I enjoy because it captures the tension of missions and family. In the stage of life our family is, this is just as real today as when I wrote it. […]

  • From Ministry to Mom

    Today Mackenzie Byersdorf is guest posting on NoSuperHeroes. She is a friend and co-worker in Youth With A Mission. She is an up and coming blogger in the Mommy Blog World at pintsizedmama.com. _____  For most of my life I’ve wanted to be in full-time ministry. There’s just something so life-giving about getting to serve […]

  • Can We Teach the Grace of God to our Children?


    A few months ago, I wrote a post on Christian SuperMom called Reflecting a Gracious God to our Children. In it, I wondered what tools we as parents could use to model the grace of God to our kids. I would like to follow this post up with a report and some new thoughts. I modeled […]

  • Do We Protect our Kids from the Bible?

    kids bible

    How do we inspire a love for the Bible in our children, while dealing with its dark side? The people, events, and stories reflects topics we might not be ready to talk to our kids about. We read a Children’s Bible to our kids as well as allowing them to listen the NIV Audio Bible […]

  • Don’t Buy Your Kids “Lousy” T-Shirts

    stone of rememberance

    “My parents went to _______ and all they bought me was this lousy t-shirt!” How many of us have seen these shirts, or perhaps even have one tucked in a drawer gathering dust? Of all the amazing gifts we could bring back from a foreign country, and all we got was a t-shirt! Souvenirs represent […]