Ever since the time Doug Small shared this simple message from Genesis 18 with our staff in Oak Brook, it has been a favorite, a kind of benchmark for beginning to begin to put in words the spirit of a personal prayer life. Praying is so much more than asking and acquiring answers.
Learn with Paul and Jenny Speed how to gain true freedom by being open and broken about past failures. Secret sins are damaging to those around you without you even knowing about it! Do you want to be released from bondage?
Satan sets deceptive traps. Believers sometimes believe his lies rather than God’s truth. In this message, Karl Coke reveals one of Satan’s most tempting deceptions: that man can make choices as he pleases, on his own, void of any consequences.
The ATI Wisdom Booklets provide a unique way for families to grow closer together. Apart, learning can take place, and there is much to be said for assignments, book reports and homework, but on the whole how does a family seek the Lord together?
Wisdom Booklet preparation and teaching will naturally bring together, under one central theme, many and varied resources from life: a legal pad and pen, a Strong's Concordance, dictionaries (plural!), whiteboards, checklists, highlighters, spray paint, brightly colored paper, chalk ...
Communion is God’s design to lead us into self-examination and a time of asking for and receiving forgiveness. This same tool can build strong family relationships as each one—through family communion times—strengthen their walks with Christ and their relationships with one another.
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.
Chris and Anne Hogan teach on the five aspects of a Person, Partner, Parent, Provider, and Proclaimer. They show how the Lord works through each area to bring a family together and to show Himself strong.
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!