From calls to dismantle the “Western-prescribed nuclear family structure” to the president claiming “our nation’s children are all our children,” it is clear that many see the family as a threat—a Lego structure to be broken apart. But our goal this month is to piece together a positive vision for the family. As confessional Baptists, we want to consider this question in particular: “How do you raise children who are not yet in the new covenant?” And what changes when they are born again? This month, we seek to address this question along with a host of others—how do parenting, discipline, and technology fit together, how do grandparents support their grandkids, what role do singles play in the Christian family, and what right does the government have in the home. The truth is: a holy family is a beautiful structure. And in spite of a government that wants to tear it down, God’s good design will endure—but only if we know what it is and how to cultivate it, brick by brick.