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What does it mean to be a Christian mother, father and child? A Christians employee, employer? Ephesians 6:1-9 gives us some guiding principles.
This weekend, as we celebrate motherhood, we pause to recall that no woman becomes a mother without giving birth to a child. Moving into motherhood involves caring for and providing for our children. Jesus said that even the worst parents still want good things for their children. It saddens a mother’s heart to watch her child hurting. Every mother in the world wants to give good gifts to her child. But there are children in the world whose mothers are unable to provide the basic needs of food and clothing, education and health.
In an age where the family is in danger of extinction, Love cries out. Can you hear her? Do you want her to be a part of your life? Will you let her restore? Love is the answer.
Today is the day we celebrate motherhood. Since 1914, Mother’s Day has been a recognized day for the celebration of motherhood. For many, it is a reminder of good times, the kindness and tenderness of their mother, a household filled with love and joy. For others, it is a sad time because of infertility, wayward children, or the loss of their own mother. It is truly a day of mixed emotions for many. Yet there is a new generation of mothers that are being raised up right now. They are being taught what it means to be a mother. But what are they learning? Are they be giving the tools needed to be successful in the very challenging world of motherhood? Today, we talk about how to raise a new generation of mothers in light of God’s creative design and plan for life in this world.
How many of us sit back and watch as our friends and those close to us slip away from Christ? What is it going to take before you reach out?
Do you ever feel burned out as a mom? How do you handle children that you don't get along with? Faith Bogdan speaks with morning news anchor Sarah Harnisch.
If there is one thing every kid wants, it's to never grow up. But our world tells us that we need to grow up, make something of ourselves, accomplish things, be great. And while this is true in some sense, Jesus wants to challenge us on what it means to be great in the Kingdom of heaven. He wants us to become like little children. Listen as pastor Jody Sledge challenges us to understand Jesus' command and calls us to be needy, trusting, and amazed just like little children.
In Galatians 4:3-9, we see the amazing truth that before the foundation of the world, God chose to adopt us into his family. This took his Son agreeing to come down to earth and rescue rebellious sinners by dying on the cross. This gracious God adopts us into his diverse family so that the world will know his love and so that his people might love and adopt the fatherless.