When I found out my daughter was communicating with a guy from South American that she had met online I was concerned.
Have you ever noticed that sometimes it can be easier to share the gospel with a stranger than to share it with a member of your family who knows you well?
“I’m not going to church today.”
Dan’s wife, Julie, matter of factly stated as she passed the bathroom where Dan was getting ready for Sunday morning like usual.
Once as a 4 year old I was misbehaving in Church so my mom took me and sat me on the lap of an old WWII veteran but not even his strong arms could stop me from my naughty ways.
Have you ever thought about having a few more kids?
I’m convinced that bigger families are better and when I say bigger I mean at least 3 children.
I don’t claim to be a perfect father by any stretch of the imagination but I do have some experience now that I have five children between the ages of 3 and almost 14.
I want to introduce you to a new ministry in our church. The family ministry team started a few months ago and I’m really grateful for them.
What is the single most important principle of child raising? Is it loving your child, keeping discipline in the home or teaching biblical principles?
This evening I received the following email from my mom:
Last week in Sunday School Graham gave a good challenge for us–a question to ask our grown kids.