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Thursday, October 28, 2010
How do you know you’re following God’s will? Like any Christian, I’m sure you’re concerned about glorifying God in the decisions you make, even in the routine decisions you make every day. But if discovering God’s will seems perplexing to you, you’re going to find this new blog series illuminating. Read more…
Friday, October 22, 2010
As Christians, we probably dismiss most of the parenting myths we encounter without a second thought, right? After all, we’re Christians, those who look to and depend upon God’s Word to determine our reality, not worldly platitudes or cultural traditions. If you’re among those who think only naïve and untaught Christians fall for unbiblical substitutes when it comes to parenting, maybe you’d better take a look at our list.
Friday, October 15, 2010
Have you ever noticed how some parents treat their kids like little buddies, others rule over them with an iron fist, and others seem to achieve through their children what they never could? In each case, the poor kid completely misses the opportunity to enjoy what God created him or her to be…a kid. Let’s find out what God intended parenthood, and childhood, to be…
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
The New Testament gives us only one verse of positive instruction, “Bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.” But how? When you failed to find a parenting playbook in the New Testament, perhaps you turned to other sources for help…and neglected some of the most helpful, practical instruction in God’s Word. The Old Testament illustrates parenting at its best, and worst. Today, John MacArthur takes us to the very heart of it all.
Friday, October 8, 2010
As parents, we strive to instill respect and obedience in our children—and rightly so. That’s part of our responsibility. We take pride in training them to sit quietly, listen carefully, speak graciously and obey promptly. Sometimes, we’re tempted to think that’s the ultimate goal of parenting—controlling our children’s behavior. But is it? Listen as John MacArthur answers that question . . .
Monday, October 4, 2010
With all the timeless issues facing parents, we might expect an entire book, or at least a complete chapter of instruction from the New Testament. But God, who is infinitely wise, gave one verse to parents—that’s it. Care to know the concise instructions God gives to you, moms and dads? It’s all packed into Ephesians 6:4. John MacArthur explains . . .