The quality of our relationships with our children determines the weight of our influence. Regardless of their ages, we must never lose this influence to nurture and guide them. Children need encouragement, acceptance and time to develop these relationships. In the end, the quality of parental relationships will impact the quality of future relationships.
Speaker: Jack Schull
Scripture: Ephesians 6:1-4, Matthew 2:19-20, 1 John 2:12-14
Does your child have the “back-to-school” jitters? Many kids dread going back to school…. unless they were incredibly bored during summer break! They face fragile self-esteem issues, fear unknown teachers and feel anxious about academic challenges and long lists of “extra-curricular” activities. What if your offspring changes schools or promotes to middle school or high...
Author: Julie Barrier
Hi, I don't feel comfortable stating my name, but I am 17 and a Christian. I was raised as one and was always told and preached that without God and believing he died for me then I'm not living right. But I have these constant lows lately...I always pray to God for help and strength but I never get anything back and that just makes me so much more angry at him that he won't...
Type: Ask Roger
Author: Roger Barrier
Topic: Death and Dying
Leading is a difficult task whether you are in the secular world or in church. Leaders must stay sharp if they want to be faithful to the task God has laid before them. Here are just a few "hooks" that can hinder leaders. #1 – Wasting Time – We live in a world where it is easier to waste time than it ever has been before. Comment wars on blogs, tweeting arguments,...
Author: Perry Noble
Topic: Leadership Principles