Not all kinds of love are God’s love. Attempting to illustrate the power of Divine love, David Gibbs Jr. unveils its first two attributes from I Corinthians 13: patience and kindness. Charity suffers long and is kind!
This fun whiteboard drawing takes you through the life cycle of a caterpillar giving a great comparison to our growth in the Christian life. The goal of a caterpillar is not to become a “better caterpillar,” but to become an entirely new creature – a butterfly!
Part 1 is about developing the system for handling the purchase, preparation, and clean up of FOOD for meals in the home. The other systems of the home deal with clothing, shelter, education, and life purpose. These systems are analogous to departments in a business.
Husbands love having a collaborating conversation. However in our haste to collaborate, if connecting and comforting conversations are skipped, courageous and conciliatory conversations will soon be needed!
Chris Hogan discusses four important types of decision-making that are vital for every parent to understand. He describes each one: command, counsel, choice, and consensus, revealing how each one is to be applied. He also shares practical insight how to train children to make wise decisions.
In this message, Chris Hogan explains how to leave a legacy through your children. He shares how to instill in them a love for the Word of God and how to set priorities in order for them to have ultimate success in their lives.