Parenting changes as our children grow up. Younger children need a directive parenting style. As children approach adolescence, parents transition to the role of coach and mentor. We allow teenagers to test their wings while we look for opportunities to affirm their maturity. Eventually the goal is to be adult friends with our children.
Speaker: Roger Barrier
Scripture: Luke 1:80, Luke 2:40-52, John 2:3-5, John 19:25-27, Proverbs 29:15-17
Russell Moore shares his insights about tension during the holiday season. Here are his wise suggestions: "We tend to idealize holidays, but human depravity doesn’t go into hibernation between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. One thing that will hit most Christians, sooner or later, are tensions within extended families at holiday time. Some of you will be visiting family members...
Author: Russell Moore
Scripture: Proverbs 29:23-23, Hebrews 12:14-14, Matthew 13:29-30, 1 Timothy 3:7-7
This past Sunday you may have heard me make a possible puzzling statement… “Pure rationalism will lead to irrationalism.” What does that mean? Let me explain. Man’s reason and senses enable him to navigate the physical world around him. Such is the common grace bestowed by a reasonable God who gives man the ability to navigate the habitat of his world. Birds have...
Author: Tommy Nelson
Scripture: Proverbs 29:18-18