Sermon Series
  • 1. A Quest For Character

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2001
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    If future generation are to take on the character of God, we must mark for them our own quest.

    What Parents Owe Their Children A Quest for Character November 4, 2001 This series isn’t about parenting. I do hope this helps those of us who are raising children… But it’s really about living out our key principles of our faith in front of the children in our lives! We want to talk ...read more

  • 2. A Course Of Discipline

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2001
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    We train ourselves to run the race ’marked out for us’ if our children are to run this race of faith!

    What Parents Owe Their Children A Course of Discipline November 11, 2001 “Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles, and let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us.” ...read more

  • 3. A Pattern Of Friendship

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2001
    based on 130 ratings
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    For our children to learn about Biblical friendships, we must model friendship for them. They need to see us involved in friendships where God can strengthen and shape our lives.

    What Parents Owe Their Children: A Pattern of Friendship Everyone needs friends. Our children as they grow make and break friendships. And there have been plenty of sermons and lessons documenting how friendships can break our children. We all want our children to have the right kind of ...read more

  • 4. An Attitude Of Gratitude

    Contributed on Nov 24, 2001
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    Our children, and indeed everyone around us, should discover in us a soul conditioned and overflowing with gratitude.

    What Parents Owe Their Children: An Attitude of Gratitude Sunday, November 25, 2001 For many this week, Thanksgiving was a very different holiday. Usually, on Thanksgiving, we stress about the Turkey coming out too dry. We vacillate over which pies to make… and how many pieces to eat. ...read more

  • 5. A Familiarity With Forgiveness

    Contributed on Dec 7, 2001
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    If our children are going to recognize God as loving and forgiving, they must see us practicing an expression and an experience of forgiveness ourselves.

    What Parents Owe Their Children: A Familiarity with Forgiveness As a parent, one of the most worrisome thoughts I’ve ever heard is this: As my children grow up and try to figure out who this mysterious person called “God” is, they will in large part base their impressions of who God is on who ...read more

  • 6. A Lifestyle Of Love

    Contributed on Dec 7, 2001
    based on 44 ratings
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    Children need to learn to demonstrate the love of Jesus is the both small and the significant moments of life, just as Jesus did.

    What Parents Owe Their Children A Lifestyle of Love – part one Do you ever remember this game? You’d just met and spent some time with a very special person of the other gender. The gleam in their eyes, the smile on their lips… you can’t stop thinking about them. When they’re around, you feel ...read more