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There is no one that has made more of an impact on our futures then our mothers. Every mother affects the world for generations to come just as all the graduates will affect the world for generations to come. Just like our mothers, We have all been called to impact future generations.
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?
Stand alone sermon. Not part of a series. Scripture from Deuteronomy 10:12-11:1.
Chris Baker teaches on Family Discipleship from Deuteronomy 6:4-7
The Father's vision for our families is found in Deuteronomy six. Dads today are called to take up that vision and guide their families by God's vision and direction so that they might together have a life that they can enjoy.
Guest Speaker, Bob Reccord delivers a message on "No Time to be Silent."
Christianity is freedom not bondage. In Galatians 5:1, Paul gives two key insights concerning Christian freedom. First, he states the fact of Christian freedom (v. 1a). The purpose of Christ’s redemption was to bring about the freedom of the believer. Second, he sets forth the response to this freedom (v. 1b). The response of the believer is to stand firm in this freedom. These two key insights embody the argument of the whole letter. Since the Galatians were not children of Hagar—the slave woman—but sons of Sarah—the free woman (v. 31) they are to stand firm in this freedom by the power of the Holy Spirit and not return to living under the slavery of law, whether it is the Mosaic Covenant or any kind of legal system.