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Case Study: To Date or Not to Date

LMS Case Study_ To Date or Not to Date

Biffina is 18-years old. She is the oldest of four kids, and this is her first year at the local university. Her parents are solid Christians, and they have been faithful to teaching God’s Word to their children. They also have modeled it well before… Continue Reading …

Parenting, Day 4 – Two Rules Every Parent Must Teach Their Children

Parenting, Day 4 – Two Rules Every Parent Must Teach Their Children

Biblical parenting incrementally releases children from your rules and authority while placing them under the most influential governing dynamic known to humanity—to love God and others supremely. If your child’s heart is motivated and governed by those two truths and you help him to embrace… Continue Reading …

Parenting, Day 9 – Give Your Child Fewer Rules And More Attitude

Parenting, Day 9 - Give Your Child Fewer Rules And More Attitude

A right heart attitude will create the right behaviors, but knowing and obeying all the rules does not mean the heart is good or even agrees with the actions. From the inside out is the Bible’s way to parent children. Though regulations will give you… Continue Reading …

Parenting, Day 21 – Two Acceptable Conflicts In Your Home

Parenting, Day 21 - Two Acceptable Conflicts In Your Home

It is impossible for two people to agree on everything completely. If you are married, you know this is true. Two fallen people living in proximity to each other will always have a few perspectives and preferences that will never be the same. It is unavoidable, and… Continue Reading …

Parenting, Day 25 – A Secret Weapon to Motivate A Child to Change

Parenting, Day 25 Secret Weapon to Motivate a Child to Change

When you think about your heavenly Father, you are immediately aware of His kindness, patience, forbearance, and affection for you. These thoughts about your heavenly Father are fundamental because how He treats you is how you are to treat others, especially your children. Do you… Continue Reading …

Parenting, Day 26 – The Perfect Goal For Your Child

Parenting, Day 26 The Perfect Goal for Your Children

What do you hope your child will be after he grows up? Many Christians would say they hope their child loves God and others more than himself (Matthew 22:36-40). Those are two great goals, but what do they mean? Him we proclaim, warning everyone and… Continue Reading …

Do You Have Good Micro Rhythms With Your Friends?

Do you enter the room mouth first or are you sensitive to your friends as you meet them where they are rather than expecting them to think and act like you? This other-centered aspect of the gospel can transform your friendships. Listen to the podcast… Continue Reading …

Marriage Devotion Day 3 – Are You for Your Spouse?

Marriage Devotion Day 3 – Are You For Your Spouse

If you are going to imitate the Lord in your marriage (Ephesians 5:1), being “for your spouse” must be near the top of your list of things you want to do. Being for someone is a sound and loving gospel-motivated practice. Are you for your… Continue Reading …

Marriage Devotion Day 9 – Dating to Divorce and How We Got There

Marriage Devotion Day 9 – Dating to Divorce and How We Got There

If you put two sinners in a room (home) for an extended period with no plan for escape, you can expect problems. There may be a lot of love along the way, but there will also be problems. It’s unavoidable. If the lovers aren’t careful,… Continue Reading …

Five Keys to Move Your Relationships From Shallow to Deep

Free associate. I’m going to mention a word, and you tell me the first thing that comes to your mind. Ready? Here is the word: unity. What came to your mind? Now, let me ask another question: what is the first thing that comes to… Continue Reading …