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In this episode, Josh and about how we teach and live out Christian stewardship in our families. We recognize that the topic can focus too much on “do this, don’t do that” but as always we work toward focusing on Christ and His work that allows us to be Christian stewards.


Genesis 2:15  – The LORD God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to work it and keep it. (ESV)

2 Corinthians 8:5 – and this, not as we expected, but they gave themselves first to the Lord and then by the will of God to us.

1 Timothy 6:17-19 – As for the rich in this present age, charge them not to be haughty, nor to set their hopes on the uncertainty of riches, but on God, who richly provides us with everything to enjoy. They are to do good, to be rich in good works, to be generous and ready to share, thus storing up treasure for themselves as a good foundation for the future, so that they may take hold of that which is truly life.


LCMS Stewardship Page

Dave Ramsey Plan

This We Confess blog on Vocation and Stewardship


Learning about Reformation Day with the Kids

My wife had some good ideas to celebrate “Reformation Day” this year with our children. We want our kids to understand this historic event, and more importantly, how the Reformation refocused the Church on Christ-crucified for us sinners.

Listeners to The Parental Office podcast will know my children are still young (3, 1, 1) so an academic discussion of the Reformation was not the plan. Instead, we made it fun and educational for the kids via some crafts and reenactment. My wife did a writeup on her blog (LWML Hope Circle) discussing the day and our activities:

For the first time this year, we celebrated Reformation Day in our home. We discussed a few talking points with the kids (keep in mind all children in my house are under three, but good reminders for us all):

  • The 95 Theses was a document Martin Luther posted reminding the Catholic Church of the important words of God – that salvation comes by grace through faith in Jesus Christ.
  • This act began the Reformation Movement.
  • The liturgical color for Reformation Day is red. This represents the Holy Spirit and the power of the Holy Spirit that came to Martin Luther to teach him the gospel.
  • That same Holy Spirit comes to us today to teach us and strengthen our faith God.

To celebrate we kept it simple. We colored pictures of Luther’s Rose, the boys dressed like monks, and they “nailed” their pictures to the door. They had fun and it was a great chance to talk with them about this special day in the Church year.

We had a lot of fun teaching the kids about the Reformation today and, if our oldest’s going around saying “Happy Reformation Day” to everyone he saw (including the dog!) was any indication, the kids seemed to gain from it as well.

With faith, even through simple teaching in the home, the Holy Spirit does its work. Next time a Church festival is upon you and your family, consider and pray about how you can help the kids interpret it and properly understand the day’s greater relation to the Bible and Christ’s actions for us.

Happy Reformation Day!


We need some honest feedback from our listeners and readers. We ask you to take a few minutes to review this post and then leave a comment at the end of it or email us at feedback@parentaloffice.com.

The Parental Office has been around now for about a year. We have created 14 podcasts, dozens of text articles, and numerous comment threads. We have heard many positive comments, been given props on various websites, and know we have a (quiet) but loyal group of listeners and readers. However, we do not know what you’d really like from us. Here are some notes/questions we hope you’ll reply in regard to, in the comment are of this post or by emailing us at feedback@parentaloffice.com.

Brian and I started The Parental Office as a way to share our Christ-centric parenting theology, issues, and concerns with each other, but also with the hope of building a community of similar minded parents and learn from them as well. Do you think an emphasize on a online community desirable, needed, or is duplication of other online (or otherwise) Christ-centric resources already available?
Do you prefer audio or text communications? If you had to choose one of the other, or if we promised to provide more text if we excluded or limited audio, what would be your preference?
If we fell off the face of the earth, would you be able to replace us with another parenting oriented, Christo-centric resource? Are their any other podcasts, site, or support communities which are and not just another Law based Christian ethics site for kids?
We intent to continue to produce great Christ oriented parenting resources at The Parental Office. However, with a bit of your feedback today we’ll be able to help plan for the best use of our time and make sure we are meeting our vocations as parents in our home as well. We will prayerfully consider your feedback and allow the Holy Spirit to guide us in how to best serve our online neighbor, you the fellow Christian parent and their kids, into the future.

In Christ,

Joshua McNary
The Parental Office


Issues, Etc. had the authors of ”Family Vocation” on for a four part series discussing the book.


Family Vocations: Vocation and Family, 4/16/2012


Family Vocations: Marriage, 4/23/2012


Family Vocations: Parenthood, 4/30/2012


Family Vocations: Childhood, 5/8/2012



Josh and I begin our discussion of the book, “Family Vocation.” We talk about the first section of the book which deals with marriage and specifically the office of husband, the office of wife, sex, and the crosses in marriage.

Interview with the Authors

Family Vocations, Part 1 – Deaconess Mary Moerbe and Dr. Gene Edward Veith


In this episode Josh and I talk about the importance of having a Christian mom and dad when trying to raise Christian children. Josh tells his story about he imagined bringing up his children which was intentional and well thought out, and I tell mine which would have to be described as “magical thinking” (I kind of assumed it would happen even though my wife wasn’t raised in a Christian home).


Mark 3:25 – And if a house is divided against itself, that house will not be able to stand. (ESV)

Article on Marriage

Marriage and Human Sexuality

Christians in College

Reaching Christians in Secular Universities



Some of the The Parental Office audience probably do not care about a confessional Lutheran conference held in the dead of winter in suburban Chicago, but I know at least a few who do. Therefore, I decided to writeup a “review” of the enriching event which my lovely wife and I attended this weekend.


The Brothers of John the Steadfast (BJS) is an organization defending traditional Lutheran theology, teaching, the liturgy, and promoting the use of new media to support it. The conference this year was titled, “Getting the Gospel Doctrine to the Diaspora in an Electronic Age” with talks from a number of younger Pastors who are effectively promoting theology via the interwebs.

The event had about 100 attendees. We were told this was lower than last year’s event, when Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod (LCMS) PresidentMatt Harrison attended/spoke, but with the exception of last year the attendee trendline has continued to rise. Attendees included a balance of clergy and laypeople of varying ages. Many family units attended (including little kids, although we left ours back; since grandma offered!) and attendees were from all over Country (Seattle was farthest I heard), with the majority from nearby midwestern States. Most folks were LCMS, with a few Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS) members noted.

The location (Bethany Lutheran in Naperville, IL), food, people, and event itself was excellent. There was great fellowship (thanks for the warm welcome Rev. Rossow), wonderful liturgical worship services (Bethany’s excellent Cantor Phillip Magness and his musicians/choirs were a treat; and it was a blessing to sing/worship alongside so many other devoted Christians), plus we enjoyed the “No Pietist Allowed Parties” on Friday night.


There were three primary presentations focused around the theme of how we as Lutheran Christians can and should use the new media to help spread the Good News. Along the way there was plenty of thoughtful predication of what the future Church will look like in light of these tools, cautions as to how the internet can be abused by even well-meaning Christian evangelists, and ideas on how clergy and laity can start to use it right now.

The first talk was Friday night by popular YouTube video host of Worldview EverlastingPastor Jonathan Fisk. His speech was titled, “Made a Different: What the Ecology of New Media Means for Lutheran Congregations, Synods, and the catholic Church (provided the US Government Doesn’t Make It All Illegal with SOPA – ‘Cause that Raises Countless Other Gnarly Questions)”. To be honest, that title about summarizes his talk! He basically explained the current Church media paradgram in light of the book, “Here Comes Everybody” which highlights the new age of self-published via the internet. This trend is leading to the passing of large institutional media giants, previously the only ones with the resources to publish. This is not unlike Luther’s experience with Guttenburg’s printing press and The 95 Theses (a common theme throughout the event, with various references to The Economists’ “How Luther When Viral” piece). While Fisk was encouraging the use of new media in the Church, he also cautioned us to keep in mind how important physical “Hyper-localized Participation” in your congregation, to receive the Word and Sacraments from your local Pastor, was to a Christian’s life. This was tied to discussion of the possibly of “internet Pastors” becoming almost too cherished, whereas local members better identify with them the their congregation.

The second presentation was by Table Talk Radio co-host, Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller, on Saturday morning. He focused on relaying how Table Talk Radio had aimed to make theology accessible and fun via games and humor, while also remaining true to our Confession. His fun style kept us awake and engaged, just like on the audio program. He focused us on three attacks of the Devil which work against us when promoting theology via any media, including the new methods. The first is the attack that makes us think, “Theology is boring.” Wolfmueller emphasized how the “the Devil tempts us to be bored with theology” and that “one of the biggest problems is our Pastors who find the Book of Concord boring.” Second, the Devil attacks us to make us think, “Theology is too hard” to learn or teach. While theology is not easy, it does not mean we cannot “make a start” at trying to teach and learn it. If we do not, evil will always win. However, if we try and fail, we at least make headway at attacking error. The second attack then ties into the third, of which he noted the Devil is a master at diverting us from the idea that it is “O.K. to fail” and at the same time that our pride and image “are important”. When creating content or asking questions, we should not be afraid to be incorrect in our theology. If we are called out as incorrect, we should correct, address, and repent as such. We should also remember it is not our name we are trying to glorify, but Christ’s. In closing, Pastor Wolfmueller shared a number of impressive success stories about how Table Talk has taught and converted listeners to the orthodox Christian faith.

The last talk, Saturday afternoon, was by Pastor Joshua Scheer, Associate Editor of BJS, on “Spending Time on the Internet, Good idea or Bad?” Pastor Scheer’s outline was first on the Church’s misconceptions of what internet is and then on how it can actually be a very good thing for the Church, when used correctly. First he denoted how the Internet is a “1st Article tool” (a conference theme) and can both be good and bad (like us). This being said, he asked why shall we eliminate something just because it can be abused? If this was true, we should also eliminate the Lord’s Supper, because someone can abuse it just as well, etc. As Scheer noted, “God has no problem using whatever means to spread His Word,” including the internet. He also spent time drawing the comparison Fisk made echoing “How Luther Went Viral”and also adding how C. F. W. Walther used his newspaper, Der Lutheraner, as his new media tool in the 1800′s to spread the good news, just as we use the internet today. Also paralleling themes in Fisk’s talk, Scheer noted how the old media and institutions are unsure, afraid, and defensive of the the truth being told via new media because of, in large part, its decentralized power. He ended his presentation with an excellent cheatsheet, “Tips for pastors and laity on internet usage.” This handout noted any number of truths for Christians using the internet to spread the Word. He posted this online; you should go download and read it as it is very useful.

Final Thought

The Brothers of John the Steadfast 2012 Conference was a fulfilling and thought provoking session focusing on confessional Lutheran Christian new media. Both I (technologist/layperson/occasional seminarian wanna-be) and my wife (homemaker/layperson) throughly enjoyed our weekend. If the Lord so allows, we hope to attend next year and we hope you might join us!

In reviewing my notes for the write-up, perhaps Pastor Wolfmueller’s quote sums us the weekend’s conference theme the best, “Whatever tools we take up, we are fighting back against the Devil.”

In a world so void of the truth of Christ on the Cross as a sacrifice for our Sin, there is no doubt our collective digital future needs a strong confessional Lutheran theology professed. God willing, today’s endeavors will continue and that future will come to pass!


Foundational, Frustrated, Busy, or Sponge

Dr. John Oberdeck has an article in The Lutheran Witness entitled “Designing the Ultimate Stroller“. In it he talks about many of the issues we discuss here regarding the responsibility of parents to educate their children. He identifies four types of families:

There are families that care a great deal about their children’s spiritual growth, have the ability to guide that growth, and take the time to do it. I call such households “Foundational Families” because their feet are on solid bedrock. Pastors and other professional church workers come to rely on these households and pray that their own families might be so blessed.

Other families also care a great deal but do not have the resources to guide the growth nor the time to give. “Frustrated Families” describes this category. The educational and family ministries of congregations are especially important for these families because of limited resources.

Families that care and have the ability but no time are “Busy, Busy Families.” They may need to reconsider their priorities and look for alternatives that enable their behaviors to match their values.

Less often there are families that care and have the time but lack the knowledge necessary to guide their children’s spiritual growth. I like to call these “Sponge Families” because they will participate in whatever is offered, ready to soak up whatever they can from the congregation.

Dr. Oberdeck’s point in identifying these types is to highlight how complicated the spiritual lives of families can be. I find these distinctions helpful for examining the state of a family, but there is little in the way of addressing how the family or congregation can work through the issues faced by each category. Also, I don’t think my family is unique in that, while aspiring to be a “foundational family”, we are certainly a mix of the other three. At times lacking the resources, at times lacking the time, at times lacking both, and at times being sponges.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m thankful for the article and the attention it draws to the spiritual lives of families, but now we need to go deeper, find ways to address those things that keep families from being “foundational”, and also to address the problem of parents that don’t even know it’s their duty.


Episode #12: The Vocation of Father

Josh and I talk about the how God, the perfect father, has called us to be fathers to our children. We talk about how about how Scripture teaches us what our responsibilities are and most importantly how Christ’s sacrificial death for us covers our sins as we live in our vocations as fathers.


Ephesians 6:4 – Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord. (ESV)

Proverbs 22:6 – Train up a child in the way he should go;    even when he is old he will not depart from it. (ESV)

Deuteronomy 11:19 – You shall teach them to your children, talking of them when you are sitting in your house, and when you are walking by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise. (ESV)