Today’s episode is part 3 in the Ready, Set, Grow series. We’re talking all about the seeds that fall from your marriage into the lives of your children. Those seeds can be healthy and filled with love, conflict resolution, kindness, and good communication, or they can be unhealthy ones filled with criticism, strife, impatience, or mediocrity.
When we can’t or are unable to ask new questions or consider new answers, we limit our field of vision.
In doing so, we run the risk of missing the possibilities God provides…of confusing our partial story of God with one that is complete.
As we learn what a great leader looks like biblically, it will act as a grid by which we will examine the leaders to whom we will submit ourselves.
Day 238 of Bible Reading Plan – Driving under the influence will likely get one to lose their license. And living under the influence of the devil might get you to lose your life. Rather than merely being influenced by the world, God is calling us to be influencers with the Gospel, the most powerful message in the world that changes hearts and minds.
It was vital that they learn to pray continuously, stand firm, and not give up when they encountered impossible or discouraging circumstances.
Whether or not your child is yet a Christian, he or she still has a conscience. As parents, it’s our job to help teach, train, and influence the conscience of our kids.
We are in a battle as Christians, but it is a battle we can win with the power of God in us.
Jesus was always about love. But truth was never compromised in the meantime. This is the struggle that is plaguing our churches and, indeed, the world at large.
Shane Claiborne is a public speaker, social activist, and author. He strives to strip away all that culture has added to Christianity and get to the core of what following Jesus means.
I agree that homeschooling is not for everyone, but if you are considering homeschooling your children and you feel lost in a sea of information, you are not alone.
Judas was one of the twelve disciples, which meant he was essentially one of Jesus’s religious apprentices. How did a man with such a close relationship with Jesus, a man who followed Jesus and saw His miracles and good works firsthand, betray his Master?
A good name can go farther than you can imagine. Your name attracts blessings! it gives you access to places and things that many only dream about.