The Duggars' story in forty-seven minutes: how the Lord turned their hearts to have children, how they made it through when the first few were young, how God led their family through the challenges of politics and gave them a testimony of the truth that children are a blessing.
On the evening of September 10, 2001, pilot Steve Scheibner was packing for his assignment to fly American Airlines Flight 11 out of Boston the next morning at 7:45. However, at the last minute another pilot, Tom McGuinness, voluntarily took Steve’s assignment.
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.
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.
Hearing what God wants to say is a skill. Sharing with others what God has shared with me is also a skill. Drawing near to God enables us to draw near to others and that is what Mr. Hogan envisions for each one who hears this message.
Chris Hogan says "The power of truth committed to memory is admirable but a powerful truth committed to life is wisdom." This message includes powerful testimonies of families that have experienced the Lord's Table together.
Why do young people leave the faith they were brought up in? Chris Hogan unpacks this question in this excellent session that examines some of the root causes of disillusionment in the Millennial Generation and what draws them to counter-movements.