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Dan Haakenson with Tom Britting, Jeremy Owens & Jeff Waisner
Listen as Pastor Bill Leach continues the Family Values series by discussing the importance of fathers in this special Fathers' Day message
Today’s sermon challenges parents to one day set aside a time to tell their children the biblical meaning of being a man and a woman as described in Psalms 144:12.
Be careful about thinking "quality is better than quantity." With our kids and other relationships, "Quantity is Quality." We must be careful to spend time with our kids, teaching them important life-lessons but we miss out on crucial "teachable moments" when we are so busy with work and other activities. Take time today to spend with those who matter the most to you!!!
One of the problems that repeatedly affected the proliferation of revival has occurred within the Christian home. The failure was not in the revival itself, but rather a failure within the families to pass on its life giving principles to the next generation. The Apostle Paul addresses a portion of this problem in sixth chapter of Ephesians when he admonishes fathers not to provoke their children to wrath. This message deals with several ways this can happen in the average Christian home.
We’ve been discussing the Value of Fathers in our lives and how we as men all have a responsibility to be a Father for somebody. We’ve also discussed the wounding that our fathers can cause, often unsuspectingly, and the healing that can be found in our face to face encounters with the Father of Fathers, God! Today, we’ll finish up our series on Fathering – Hurt Fathers Hurt? Question: Why do fathers hurt those they are called to love? Question: How do our father wounds affect our lifes today, right now? Some of you are probably saying, the past is in the past. It doesn’t affect me now at all… You may be right, but what if you’re wrong…What if you are oblivious to your father wounds and the affects of these wounds on you and others.
Wouldn't it be great if dad's got mulligans?
Listen as Pastor Tal challenges and encourages us to fight with faith in this special Father's Day message.
The most important place for our success to have successors is in the Christian home. Fathers who are striving for success in life must be certain that their success includes the success of their sons and daughters. Dads need to work as hard at their children's success as their own.