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You job is to make your child independent, but you might be going about it in the wrong order.
Here is Step Seven From the Message: Biblical Blueprint: Teach Your Children Diligently (Deut. 6:4-9) Get Equipped on How to Teach Allow us to equip you for the work of family ministry.
Here is Step Six From the Message: Biblical Blueprint: Teach Your Children Diligently (Deut. 6:4-9) Take the Summer Challenge We have 17 unique summer challenges for your family to draw closer to Jesus and each other.
Here is Step Five From the Message: Biblical Blueprint: Teach Your Children Diligently (Deut. 6:4-9) Read the Bible Together – We have developed a Bible reading plan geared to unite our church around God’s Word.
Here is Step Four From the Message: Biblical Blueprint: Teach Your Children Diligently (Deut. 6:4-9) Unite Teaching Content for All Ages. The next generation’s greatest chance at comprehension and application is if all generations are learning the same content at the same time.
Here is Step Three From the Message: Biblical Blueprint: Teach Your Children Diligently (Deut. 6:4-9) Parents and Programs Partner Together Families shouldn’t supplement family ministries – family ministries should supplement families.
Make sure that you don’t prepare more for the wedding than you do the marriage. Here are 4 relationships you need to cultivate during your engagement: Jesus Fiance Godly Friends Godly Mentors
Here is Step Two From the Message: Biblical Blueprint: Teach Your Children Diligently (Deut. 6:4-9) Plan for the Scheduled and Prepare for the Spontaneous! God uses both those moments on the calendar and those moments on the spot.
Here is Step One From the Message: Biblical Blueprint: Teach Your Children Diligently (Deut. 6:4-9) Stay One Step Ahead We cannot teach our children something we have not learned ourselves.
As you share the gospel with your child, there are many things to consider. One way to help you think through “the faith of a child” is by using the acrostic “CHILD.” These five steps are beneficial in evangelizing the children in your life. Chronologically Teach the Bible Highlight Teachable Moments Initiate Open-Ended Questions Live an Authentic Example Decipher a Child’s Readiness Chronologically Teach the Bible Why is this important? Most Christians do not understand the overarching story of the…
From the rising of the sun to the place where it sets, the name of the Lord is to be praised. Psalm 113:3 Summer consists of longer days enabling a family to spend more time outside, doing special activities, and making memories. From the moment the sun rises to where it sets, it is an opportunity to praise the Lord for all the blessings he provides as individuals but also as families. We want to provide you a summer challenge…
As a woman, don’t become overwhelmed with expectations that are not biblical.
On Mothers Day morning, many of our church family picked up an empty PWC Baby Bottle. The idea is to take the bottle home, fill it with cash, or checks to support the ultra-sound ministry of Piedmont Women’s Center. Women come to the Piedmont Women’s Center and are given a free Ultrasound to be able to see their pre-born baby. Some women who are intent on abortion are convinced by the ultrasound that their baby is truly a living baby…
We are excited to share with your our summer plan to grow and go as a church family. In Jonah, we learned about how we need to think and live on mission in our community. In Titus, we learned about how we need multigenerational relationships to keep us grounded in doctrine and unified in the Body. As a result of these biblical truths, we want to take the unique opportunity of the summer months to do something unique as a church…
When your child goes to college, your parenting must change or your relationship will suffer.
When we think about having a Gospel Focused Family, we need to first focus upon gospel essentials. What is essential for your family member to understand in order to respond to the gospel? Your family’s greatest need is the gospel. Concerns You might have concerns about sharing the gospel with your family. These are common concerns: What if I don’t present the information correctly? Wouldn’t a trained professional be more trustworthy? What if I turn them off to Christianity? While…