It’s difficult to release our children into God’s care, isn’t it? But as parents, that’s what we’re called to do, as we send them off into the world.
An Introduction To Samson Part 21
Parenting isn’t easy! And sometimes, no matter how hard you try, your kids still seem to go down the wrong path. Though raised by godly parents, Samson just couldn’t seem to stay on course. Perhaps you’re struggling with one of your kids right now.
We all have a desire to choose our own path in life . . . and yet it often feels like our direction or circumstances were forced upon us.
Ever read a story and get lost in it? The characters come to life, and it’s like you’re a part of every dramatic moment?
When we ask for healing in our families, often our expectation is that our prayer will be answered instantaneously. But when it’s not, we can feel like God has let us down. Though the process may take time, the result is assured!
Whether it’s a troubled marriage, rebellious children, or generational sin, we may think our brokenness is unusual for a Christian family. Discover that family fractures are typical in every home! Let's look at "The Beauty of Broken."
When our son wanders off course, or our daughter makes poor decisions, we may wonder if they have completely missed God’s plan for their life. Offering hope and encouragement for worried moms and dads.
Is there a family hurt you can’t seem to get past? A word, an action, or a mistake that makes forgiveness seem impossible?
They were the people we grew up with. And whether we enjoyed a close relationship with our siblings, or never really knew them, sometimes our brothers and sisters are the hardest people to love! Ready to reconnect with your family?
A happy family. A fulfilling career. A fruitful ministry. It’s easy to be grateful for things that go well. Being thankful for the events that turn our life upside down, now that’s tough! A study on “The Beauty of Broken.”
Parenting isn’t easy! This day-in-day-out job can leave even the strongest mom or dad weary. Let's compare and contrast God the Father and Jesus with an earthly father and son, and provide encouragement for parents.
When our son or daughter is sick all we want to do is take away their pain. We try to soothe the sickness away. But sometimes the illness is so severe, we’re rendered helpless.