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  • Doing What We Know To Do, The Way We Know How To Do It

    Contributed by Matthew Drake on May 28, 2001
    based on 83 ratings

    A great challenge to the Youth of today; to obey and honor their parents, the way God intended them to do.

    As I was preparing this message, I did not feel to preach tonight. In fact I felt to speak to our Youth. Mom’s and Dad’s, stick with us, I think you’ll like the direction I plan to take tonight. If you would stand (remain standing) in honor to the reading of God’s Word. Let’s begin with The Book more

  • When Families Fail Series

    Contributed by David Limiero on Jun 4, 2001
    based on 44 ratings

    Why do families fail? Compares the stories of Absalom and the Prodigal Son.

    The Perils of Parenting: When Families Fail Eph. 6:1-4; Luke 15:11-32; 2 Samuel Introduction What happens when families fail? For the last two weeks we’ve been talking about parenting in times of peril. Two weeks ago we looked at a young mother named Hannah who was able to raise her son more

  • Why Can't Everyone Be Nice Like Me? Series

    Contributed by Doug Johnston on Jun 28, 2001
    based on 19 ratings

    When we realize we’re the ones who should be the greatest influence for good in all our relationships, our frustrations will ease.

    We must serve God in all our personal relationships we are in now. I. Follow and Respect Your Parents (1-3) A. We’re obliged to obey B. We can’t honor God and dishonor parents C. One reason parents speak is to make us think 1. Escape sin 2. To avoid danger and disappointment II. Encourage more

  • How To Raise Happy Parents (And Be One Too) Series

    Contributed by Doug Johnston on Jun 28, 2001
    based on 69 ratings

    Being a responsible child (or adult) is a full-time job, a job that is much easier when we follow some relationship guidelines.

    Four Principles for Raising Happy Parents (These keys work for parents, too.) I. Be Understanding A. Parents feel responsible for you B. Pressure from others (comparison) brings frustration C. Rejection brings a mix of loneliness or pride D. Guilt often results from teaching/living an imperfect more

  • The First Commandment With A Promise

    Contributed by Scott Coltrain on Dec 16, 2001
    based on 129 ratings

    God promises a special blessing for all children who honor their fathers and mothers.

    To learn of the first ’duty’ that a godly child or young person is to perform, we want to go back in time to the occasion when Moses brought the children of Israel out of Egypt to a mountain called Sinai. Exodus 19:17-18, 20, "And Moses brought the people out of the camp to meet God, and they more

  • God’s Available Power PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Sep 27, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Understand and utilize the power of God and the spiritual armor He provides us with to stand firm against the spiritual forces of evil.

    Good morning, church family! Today, we're diving headfirst into the deep waters of Ephesians 6, where we get a glimpse into the amazing power source of our Almighty God, the armor He provides, and the tremendous benefits we can enjoy when we plug into His power. Dietrich Bonhoeffer once said, “As more

  • Baby Dedication

    Contributed by Stephen Todd on Apr 10, 2003
    based on 136 ratings

    This message gives some practical advice to parents who are dedicating themselves to raising their children.

    Baby Dedication June 22, 2002 1. Treat our children as blessings not burdens. Psalm 127 Do you believe that? There are too many parents today for whom children are something other than a blessing from God. Maybe part of that is that we see more and more parents having children for the wrong more

  • Children Who Learn Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on May 15, 2003
    based on 36 ratings

    My attempt this morning is to communicate a biblical perspective on parenting so that we can do exactly that ­ have the confidence as parents to raise our children properly. Parents, simply put, our job is to teach our children how to obey.

    Children Who Learn I love the things kids come up with. A Sunday School teacher asked her class one day why it was so important to be quiet in the church worship service. One bright little girl replied, “Because people are sleeping.” After coming home from church, one boy suddenly announced to more

  • Family Matters Series

    Contributed by Robert Odle on May 12, 2003
    based on 33 ratings

    In our pursuit of godly character we must recommit ourselves to doing family God’s way: children submit and parents nurture in God’s ways.

    Character Counts! Family Matters (Ephesians 6:1-4) Theme: God created the family to reflect His character. Purpose: What do I want to happen in the hearer when I preach this sermon? A. Increased insight. After I preach this sermon, the hearer should be able to see that the American family is more

  • Why Do I Have To Obey My Parents?

    Contributed by Chris Smith on Jun 8, 2003
    based on 48 ratings

    Sermon directed towards older children - teenagers regarding God’s command to honor and obey parents.

    Ephesians 6:1-3 (for the young people) Why should you Honor and obey your parents? Introduction: When God gave to Moses the Ten Commandments, He gave them a complete system. In it, He placed everything that was necessary for His people to be an example to the other nations. You see, God wants more

  • A Biblical View Of Fatherhood

    Contributed by Glenn Hickey on Jun 8, 2003
    based on 189 ratings

    The Bible provides helpful, relevant guidelines for today’s fathers.

    A BIBLICAL VIEW OF FATHERHOOD SCRIPTURE TEXT: Ephesians 6:1-4; Colossians 3:20-21 Fatherhood is not doing well in our modern society. Consider these facts from a man who wrote a book on the subject in 1995 entitled Fatherless America. Here is some of what he said: 1. Tonight, 40% of all more

  • Honor Your Father And Mother

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 14, 2003
    based on 29 ratings

    If you are not living a totally blessed life it may be because you are not fully obeying God’s commands to honor your parents. If you feel that you may be one of these, forgiveness, grace and strength is yours for the asking.

    Honor Your Father and Your Mother Some of us have a harder time feeling like honoring our parents because of past and present abuses. Yet, God did not make a mistake in giving us the parents we have. Evidence of that is giving by the truth in Psalm 139: "You made all the delicate, inner more

  • An Mvd Needs The Mvt's

    Contributed by John Beehler on Jun 14, 2003
    based on 18 ratings

    A Father’s Day sermon to help dads put some tools in their toolbox.

    The premise and much of the material for this sermon comes from a sermon by Wayde Wilson An “MVD” needs the “MVT” We’ve talked in the past couple of weeks about call and being called. Last week Steve and Shannon were called to present Trenton for the Sacrament of Baptism. The more

  • A Sermon In A Bag-- For Fathers

    Contributed by Ronald Keller on Jun 15, 2003
    based on 166 ratings

    A Father’s Day sermon that uses a bag filled with six snack foods, designed to represent some of the truths the Apostle Paul writes about in this passage.

    INTRODUCTION. Give each father a bag with 6 items in it.(See items below) OK, Dads, now you can open the bag… But please only take out each item as I call it out. Each item in your bag represents a part of the truth that I have read to you from this portion of Ephesians. I. SALTED more

  • Father's Day

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Jun 10, 2003
    based on 327 ratings

    We need to be thankful to our fathers for many things.

    Father’s Day 2003 Ephesians 6:1-3 INTRO.- ILL.- A small boy said, "Father’s Day is just like Mother’s Day, only you don’t spend as much on the gift." And I say, "What gift?" ILL.- Mark Twain said, "When I was a boy of 14 my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man more