Veteran’s Day is rich with opportunities to celebrate God. Today we open the Bible to help Christian leaders formulate a plan for growing in their love of God while helping those they lead to do the same.
“Should my family celebrate Halloween?” isn’t the right question to ask. Join us as we explain what question we should be asking and show us how to answer it.
What does the Bible really say about racism? What is racism? Does the Bible condone it? How are our children to think in regard to the "race issue” in the world? Join us as we deal broadly with the topic from a biblical standpoint.
Yes, God can and must be celebrated on Halloween, but how you do it has to be intentional and premeditated. Join us as we share various ways to prepare for, observe, and disciple during Halloween all to the glory of God!
Racism is wicked and vile, but every human being is born with the building blocks of racism already in place. What are those building blocks and how do we dismantle them? Today we discuss three natural predispositions all children have and how Christian parents can help their kids overcome those sinful characteristics with the mature, humble love of God.
Should Christians participate in Halloween? Is it possible to worship God during this pagan holiday? How is the God of life to be celebrated during a time everyone else is reveling in death? Today Luke Gilkerson and I grapple with these questions and more in an attempt to help born again believers better worship God every day of every year.
Imagine an America where killing Christians is not only socially acceptable, but also considered beneficial and even enjoyable. What social dynamics would have to exist in order for a society to reach this point?
Join me as I do a little reverse engineering.
Are children born racist? Do humans comes into this world naturally hating those with a different skin color? Join us as we look at three character traits of God that are instilled in all humans and which help children not be racist.
#Love is not a feeling. Falling in love only happens in fiction. True love is a choice. It’s a determined exercise of the will that says, “I choose to want and work for God’s best in your life.”
Pleasant feelings will accompany such choices, but they are only a byproduct of love.
If you wait to prepare your kids for external spiritual attacks, you’re ignoring the fact that the worst spiritual war is happening inside them. By the time you get around to preparing them to deny Satan and the World, they won’t want to because they’ll have already embraced the Flesh.
So, your child disagrees with you, and they want to question . . . or — worse yet — debate! What do you do? Join us as we help Christian parents learn to #debate Truth with their kids.
Your children understand justice, but do they understand it the right way? The world is trying to convince them to accept a godless definition of justice, but Christian parents must teach their children how to think biblically about the issue. Today we dive into anthropology, philosophy, and the Bible to help us teach our children to think God’s thoughts after Him.
Experience has taught us that we will get hurt if we invest too heavily in people.
Experience is right.
However, Jesus provides the perfect example of One Who is willing to selflessly invest all He has even though He will be killed for it.
Jesus is righteous.
Being righteous is better than being right.
Listen in as Pastor Dave Bender from Bay City Baptist Church and I discuss the Three Desires Seminar and talk about common issues we encounter in our biblical counseling practices. We end by giving parents advice for addressing the common issues in their home and providing two amazing ways to enjoy the Three Desires seminar.
Why is Satan so persuasive when he’s lying to us about something that will kill us? Why are Christian parents who have the Truth often so incredibly not persuasive? Join us as we teach Christian parents to lead their children like God.
The vacation was great, but what about school? Church was enrapturing, but now we need to worship God while we make lunch? Join us as we explain how we can continue celebrating the right way even after the holiday is over.
Children are only an inconvenience to our plans; they’re never an inconvenience to God’s. Therefore, to be inconvenienced by our kids is to put our own headship above God’s.
Do your children tear each other down with their constant joking? Is the Lord pleased by roasts and sarcasm? What can a Christian parent do about it? Join us as we discuss these topics and more and help us parent all to the glory of God.
Is “I don’t know” your children’s favorite phrase? How does a Christian parent deal with “I don’t know”? Join us as we discuss five ways to respond when your kids don’t know.
What is thinking? Do our kids really need to be taught to think? Join us as we unfold the reality of thought and emotion, what the Bible says about mature thinking, and how Christian parents can teach their children to have theo-logic.