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Our text today comes from the book of Judges. Judges tells the story of the nation of Israel immediately following the time of conquest of the Land of Promise. What should have been a glorious time is a period of rebellion for the nation. “Following the conquest of Canaan, Israel plunges into a 350 year period of national deterioration. A monotonous and deadly pattern develops: The people fall into sin, God disciplines them with foreign oppression, the people cry out in repentance, God raises up a deliverer, peace is restored. The cycle of sin repeats itself a total of seven times in the book. But God, ever faithful to his covenant people, extends his grace again and again by sending such leaders as Deborah, Gideon, and Samson.” Our text today tells of the parents of Samson. It’s a powerful word to today on Father’s Day.
Family dynamics are changing as more Americans begin caring for their parents with dementia. Join guest Ken Abraham, author of When Your Parent Becomes Your Child.
Discipline your son, for there is hope; do not set your heart on putting him to death. – Proverbs 19:18
Parents and Grandparents can play a vital role in laying a foundation of Jesus Christ in the lives of their children and grandchildren. However it is important to understand the limitations of what God allows us to do. We need to do our part, trust God to do his part, and allow people to make their own response. With God there is always hope. The Good Shepherd continues to seek out our children and grandchildren. No prodigal is ever beyond hope or beyond reach.
The best way for us to bless our kids and launch them into adulthood is to impress spiritual truths upon their heart when they're young.
The 10 Commandments Relating to Your Parents Every family should be… • Good for you and society. If its… 1. Grounded in a lifelong covenant. 2. A training ground. How can I honor my parents? • Find a connection to God as a parent. • Grow up. • Choose to honor them. Scripture: Deuteronomy 5:16 Proverbs 23:22-25 Ephesians 6:1-4 Sources: Keller, Tim, sermon, The Freedom of Authority, redeemer.com
What are the proper motivations for godly parenting?
Most Christian parents pray for their children, but many don’t know how to pray effectively and powerfully. Quin Sherrer shares some helpful and practical ideas with Kurt Goff.
This edition of PMAD features a single parent from Western NY who took every lesson -- and bit of compassion -- that God gave her when she became a single mom, and used it to form a support group that attempts to make life better for others in the same position.