Often music's dynamics and how it plays upon our hearts and lives can be difficult to describe. A different vocabulary is needed, and even then words can often come up short and be misleading. Scott Aniol's 50-minute message helps clarify these aspects of music.
How do you feel about the work you have to do? The leftover jobs that seem relegated to you? The menial or mundane? Assuming the perspective of Christ, who washed His disciples' feet, the highness or lowness of a task should actually lose all significance.
How relevant was the Bible to the Founding Fathers of the United States? Did you know that, during the Constitutional Convention, one of those leaders considered the least religious alluded to fourteen Scripture references in appealing for his peers to reunite in prayer?
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.
Real friendship takes courage. In this humorous yet informative message, Chris Hogan identifies the need to be courageous and shares about the concept of quieting your soul. The stories from his marriage as well as others’ will benefit you in your relationships!
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.
Well, it's time to make a plan. Pick one of the five areas: Person, Provider, Partner, Parent, or Proclaimer and do the things God has led you to do. Knowing what (who) your true treasures are, plan how to match needs with skills and resources. Strive for clarity. Establish accountability.
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.