Jesus chose to use a child to teach His disciples. What do we learn when a child is our teacher? We observe them and learn humility, obedience, teachableness, faith, generosity in giving, forgiveness, dependence, innocence, transparency and adoration. Let us become as little children!
From the beginning, wherever the truth of the Gospel went, the voices of error followed soon after. Paul taught Timothy to overcome many various forms of error by godly living, faithful teaching, and self-discipline.
When a mother is NOT joyful, her children don't want to be around her, and neither does her husband. This sermon will help to identify joy-stealers, and better yet, offers Biblical solutions so that she may indeed become "a joyful mother of children" Psalm 113:9
In this newsletter: Understanding Forgiveness, What Is Our Life?, Life in a Concentration Camp in Russia, Testimonies and Poems from Prison, An Answered Prayer, Science in Creation: comets, Father: An Anointed Teacher, and more.
In this Issue: The Miracle of Peace, Finding Peace in Stressful Times, Training Children for God, God's Dream House, The Wells of Trouble, The Human Race, and more.
The “evolution” of humanity continues, and another hint of expanded sexual freedom is in the air. Should we celebrate? This article investigates the divine perspective on the modern move to comfort the homosexual and redefine sexual boundaries.
Here is an inseparable union deciding how to use their liquid resources to glorify God. How shall they manage their money without it managing them? As they make carefully use what He has entrusted to their care, they do well to remember that marriage has higher purposes than financial success.
How is a good leader developed? Listen to this sermon, and learn that a good leader is a servant who accepts feedback and can incorporate the talents of others. And there are things a wife can do to help her husband develop into a strong leader. (It’s NOT by leading for him until he seems capable.)
In the ever-expanding list of disorderly behaviors identified by psychologists, what should a Christian parent believe? Do we change the basic Biblical child-training beliefs we have been taught? A brief look at several disorders, and a call to raise families according to the truths of the Bible.
The generation gap has been a problem for years. Parents complain that they can't reason with teenagers; they won't listen to advice. Teenagers say their parents are unsympathetic and don't understand them. The principles in God's Word still apply though to these problems of today.
Children come into this world thinking only of one thing: me, me, me! However, somehow children must learn that they are here to be of service to others. Their mentality must take a 180-degree turn... and the challenge for helping developing this mindset rests on their parents. How do we do it?