With summer’s end and school back in session, you don’t have to scroll social media long to see pictures of kids and read captions like “Where has the time gone!?!?” or “How did they grow up so fast???” Time marches on, doesn’t it? S we feel an urgency to make every moment count. The last thing we want to do is regret the way we spent (or didn’t spend) time with our kids. I have a quote up in my study that reads “In the end, the family is your first and greatest calling.” Like most parents, I want to make the most of the limited time I have with my family. For my wife Casey and I, that mainly means, taking every opportunity to strive to give each of our 4 kids an understanding of, and admiration for God. The best and most important investments, are in eternal things. But we also just love having fun and making memories with our kids. We take family trips together, have running jokes that nobody else gets, keep some traditions, have long meals at the table, etc. Ephesians 5:16 reminds us to make the best use of the time. If you’re like me, always evaluating the use of your time with your family, you’ll enjoy this post written to parents, Check it out –> 5 Things You’ll Never Regret.