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  • The Evasion Of Exasperation Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Jun 30, 2008

    54th in a series from Epehesians. How to avoid exasperating my children - and others.

    This week, I ran across this article. Although it is attributed to a pamphlet put out by the Houston police department, the author is actually unknown and no one can produce a copy of any such pamphlet. Nevertheless, it gives us some good food for thought this morning: TWELVE RULES FOR RAISING more

  • Our Family Series

    Contributed by Joseph Rodgers on Jul 18, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    The call to imitate Christ as children and as parents. Children are called to honor and obey and parents are called to not exasperate and to encourage.

    Live Out Loud – Our CHILDREN Ephesians 6:1-4 Intro: A group of expectant fathers were talking in the waiting room as their wives were delivering. The nurse entered and told the 1st man his wife had just delivered twins. “That’s a coincidence I play for the Minnesota Twins.” A more

  • Paul Before Festus Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on May 28, 2017

    Those two years that Paul languished in prison are silent years in the life of Paul. Perhaps he was exasperated by it all. We don’t know. We do know that the hand of God was discernible in all this, and His purposes were carried out.

    July 11, 2016 Acts of the Apostles By: Tom Lowe Lesson: Paul Before Festus (Acts 25:1-27) more

  • Leftovers Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on May 21, 2017
    based on 8 ratings

    Leftovers can be great for meals, but there are times when they can be bad for a family. And we're not talking food here. What does God want us to be treat our family like and what difference does it make if we don't?

    OPEN: How many of you have ever had Leftovers? One of my favorite meals is to go to a sit-down Chinese restaurant. They always give me more than I can eat and so I ask them to box the remainder up and so I can take it home. I enjoy that kind of leftovers. But leftovers can get… old. Especially if more

  • The Toughest Job On Earth Series

    Contributed by Steve Bond on Aug 15, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    One of the uncomfortable realities about parenting is that we don’t know as much as we think we know. This is the final message in our series: Desperate Households. Today’s message deals with parenting, the toughest job on earth.

    Introduction One of the uncomfortable realities about parenting is that we don’t know as much as we think we know. When I was younger I used to think I knew almost everything about my kids. But the older I get the more I realize how naïve I was. This is only scratching the surface about my more

  • Come And Be A Godly Father Series

    Contributed by Bruce Landry on Jan 15, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    As Men of Christ, we are called to be "Godly Fathers", to bring up our Children in the way they should go so that when they grow old they shall not depart from it. Let’s review how God’s word leads us in this light.

    Called to be Godly Father’s Do not Exasperate Do nurture Do discipline Do Train Seoul -- At his father’s funeral, American Carl Lewis placed his 100-meter gold medal from the 1984 Olympics in his father’s hands. "Don’t worry," he told his surprised mother. "I’ll get another one." more

  • When Families Fail Series

    Contributed by David Limiero on Jun 5, 2001
    based on 43 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 more

  • How To Raise Your Kids Without Loosing Their Respect Series

    Contributed by Ricky Burke on Mar 6, 2001
    based on 157 ratings

    This is the fifth message in a series of sermons called, "How to Have a Happy and Healthy Home."

    Series: How to Have a Happy and Healthy Home" Scripture: Ephesians 6:4 Sermon: How to Raise Your Kids without Loosing Their Respect. For the past month and a half, we’ve been looking at the Word of God for advice on how to build a happy and healthy home. And a happy and healthy home needs more

  • Raising Little Rascals Series

    Contributed by Glenn Newton on Jun 18, 2004
    based on 41 ratings

    A message for parents on discipline, and how to train their children for life

    Raising Little Rascals Pastor Glenn Newton May 16, 2004 “COL 3:21 Fathers, do not embitter your children, or they will become discouraged.” “ EPH 6:4 Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord.” “ PR 3:11 My son, do not more

  • Evolution Of Rebellion Ii Series

    Contributed by Anthony Mancina on Nov 18, 2002
    based on 4 ratings

    How sin eventually evolves into ouright rebellion

    The Evolution of Rebellion II Review The Evolution of Rebellion Part I Read Psalm 19:13 Introduced to Absalom Amnon and Tamar The sin of Amnon Seeds that would eventually produce a rebel were sown II Samuel 13:21 – 22 Foundation for Rebellion What David didn’t more

  • Our Father Knows Best

    Contributed by A.t. Stewart on Jul 20, 2004
    based on 6 ratings

    We earthly fathers must follow our Heavenly Father’s Advice on being a godly father. Our Father knows best!

    OUR FATHER KNOWS BEST EPH. 6:1-4 I. 10 REASONS ITS GOOD TO BE A MAN 10.You NEVER NEED TO ASK FOR DIRECTIONS, you are never lost, so you say! 9 .You can go to the bathroom without a support group. 8. If someone forgets to invite you to something he can still be your friend. 7. You more

  • Disciplemaking Dads Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Jun 15, 2008
    based on 30 ratings

    Recognizing that men need some affirmation for a change, this sermon thanks dads for 10 things.

    Disciplemaking Dads 1 Thessalonians 2:10-12 Rev. Brian Bill 6/15/08 [Show video called, “Father’s Day Memories.”] Dads, we want to say thanks today. Normally the pattern for preachers, me included, has been to magnify moms on Mother’s Day and to diss dads on Father’s Day. more

  • Father's Who Lead Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on May 16, 2003
    based on 707 ratings

    We need to come back to a biblical theology of fatherhood. God very clearly says that dads are to be difference-makers by leading and loving their wives and kids. Fellow fathers, it’s my prayer that through our study of God’s Word together that we might

    Fathers Who Lead Happy Father’s Day, dads! While there will be no records set today for long-distance phone calls, few sentimental cards given, and certainly no flowers handed out after the service, it’s still a good day because we have a free book we want to give to every man here ("The Man in more

  • The Act Of Love

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on May 20, 2002
    based on 82 ratings

    How we communicate our love and acceptance to our children has an everlasting impact.

    First Baptist Church Ephesians 6:4 Colossians 3:21 May 12, 2002 I want to tell you a sad but true story that I may have shared before. It occurred about 25 years ago. My sister Susie was about to have back surgery. Susie had been divorced for a couple of years and my mom was at Susie’s more

  • Be The Parent Of Your Child's Dreams

    Contributed by Eyriche Cortez on Aug 19, 2006
    based on 12 ratings

    Parenting is a calling that needs our commitment and requires compassion

    There was a pastor who gave a talk about parenting even before he had a child. His title was, “How to Raise Your Children.” Then he had his first child. It took him some time before he gave that talk again. When he gave it, he changed the title into “Suggestions for Struggling Parents.” Then he had more