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What Makes My Child Who He Is? Kristopher Schaal

Many Christian parents are looking for a formula to ensure that their children trust Christ as Savior and please Him with their lives. Unfortunately, such a formula doesn’t exist. You must work and pray to the end that your children know and faithfully follow God. This is the work of shepherding your child’s heart. In order to do this work, you must understand that your children are the products of two things: shaping influences and Godward orientation.

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Bible Rules vs Family Rules Guest: Kit Johnson

How can you help your children understand the difference between God’s rules and your family’s rules? Pastor Kit Johnson provides four biblical guidelines to help you communicate your family convictions to your kids.

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How Dads Wait on the Lord Chris Pennington

God continually commends waiting as an important part of the Christian walk, but what does waiting on God look like? How do you know if you’re waiting on the Lord? Here’s a biblical starting point.

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I Can’t Get Anything Done Around Here John Pate

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Teach Your Children to Remember John Dalrymple

One of our duties as Christian dads is to memorialize God’s goodness. By pointing to God’s works in your family’s past, you can train your children to more clearly see God’s works in your family’s present.

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Do As I Do Kristopher Schaal

Why doesn’t the slogan, “Do as I say, not as I do” ever work with your kids? Because often when it comes to parenting, “actions speak louder than words.” If you are going to effectively disciple your children, they need to see that YOU walk with God!

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Be True to Yourself Chris Pennington

Our environment shapes the way we process and interpret life. Perhaps no message is more regularly communicated than, “Be true to yourself.” As Christian dads, we must be on guard and counter these powerful cultural assumptions with Bible truth.

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Open Their Eyes John Pate

It’s easy to be caught up in the day-to-day activities of being a dad and forget this sobering truth: your children need something that you cannot give them. They need their eyes opened. In 1 Corinthians 2, we meet the only Person who can open blind eyes.

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3 Ways to Redeem Summer 2020 John Dalrymple

If you are struggling to “redeem the time” (Eph. 5:16) as a family, here are three worthwhile family activities to incorporate into your final weeks of summer—and perhaps continue throughout the entire school year.