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Send Them

The missionary’s impulse is the missing ingredient in most Christian parenting. • give them the missionary burden • send them out into a broken world • teach them to rely on Jesus and move with purpose • prepare them for rejection • show them God’s “achievementless” acceptance

42 MIN1 weeks ago
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Send Them

Arm Them

1). Apostles - “Sent Ones” - What’s next for the Kingdom Expansion (can leave people feeling wounded or used) 2). Prophets - Correction & Challenge. Know and do God’s Will from the Bible. (can become belligerent activists) 3). Evangelists - Infectious recruiters for the Kingdom. Focused on reaching people who are outside and bringing them in. (can neglect maturing self and others) 4). Shepherds - Nurture and protect. Caregivers. Value stability. (can create unhealthy dependence) 5.) Teachers - Understand and explain. “What he’s saying is…” ( can be day and intellectual and dogmatic. May neglect personal ministry) To equip saints for work of ministry (Body Building) Verse 13). Until: Unity of faith Knowledge of Son of God Mature Manhood Measure of Stature of Fullness of Christ Verse 14). So that we may no longer be children. Tossed by waves Doctrine Cunning Craftiness in deceitful schemes

40 MIN2 weeks ago
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Arm Them

Aim Them

Proverbs 16:2 “All the ways of a man are pure in his own eyes, but the Lord weighs the Spirits.” - We should attempt the same thing. We discipline for attitude more than actions. Pr. 16:6 “By the fear of the Lord one departs from evil.” - Rather than focusing on teaching your child to avoid sinning, emphasize respect for God, his Word, and the gospel. Pr. 16:8 “Better is little with righteousness, than vast revenues without justice.” - It's better to do what God says than to get your intended result by doing it your way. Pr. 16:15 “In the light of the king's face is life and his favor is as the latter rain.” - We can train our children to be able to please those in authority by being fair and liberal with our praise. Pr. 16:24 “Pleasant words are like a honeycomb, sweetness to the soul and health to the bones. Never use words as punishment.” - Use sweet, encouraging words and firm, swift discipline. Pr. 16:32 “He who is slow to anger is better than the mighty and he who rules his spirit than he who takes a city.” -Anger is altogether unhelpful and unproductive in our work to train wise children. Pr. 17:1 “Better is a dry morsel with quietness that a house full of feasting with strife.” - Parents have to make difficult decisions about how much time they will spend at work. Accept that more money is not necessarily better. Pr. 17:2 “A wise servant will rule over a son who causes shame, and will share an inheritance with the brothers.” - The fond affection (love) that you have for your child is not enough. You must train for wisdom. Pr. 17:3 “The refining pot for silver and the furnace for gold, but the Lord tests the hearts.” - God will use difficulty and struggle in your child's life to reveal their hearts, a wise parent will subvert that process. Pr. 17:6 “Children's children is the crown of old men and the glory of children is their father.” - God's plan is to train children in the Lord so that they will train children in the Lord. Pr. 17:10 “Rebuke is more effective for a wise man that a hundred blows on a fool.” - Raising wise children means your conversations will be more effective when they’re adults. Pr. 17:14 “The beginning of strife is like the releasing of water, therefore stop contention before it starts.” - Parenting is not primarily handling incidents, it is primarily creating environments. Never create a negative environment as a means of punishment. Pr. 17:21 “He who sires a fool gets himself sorrow, and the father of a fool has no joy.” - Laughing at a child’s foolishness now will only bring a parent sorrow later. Pr. 17:25 “A foolish son is a grief to his father and bitterness to her who bore him.” - When a child grows to adulthood without God in charge of his/her life, it hurts the entire family. Pr. 17:27 “He who has knowledge spares his words, and a man of understanding is of a calm spirit.” - Anybody can get angry. Parenting requires calm

42 MIN3 weeks ago
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Aim Them

Love Them

1. Decide to love - You'll improve 2. Love is not a feeling - That's something else 3. Parenting is less managing incidents, and more fostering environments. 4. Seven things that you can do to love your child - 1. You can stop bullying and start training. - 2. You can believe in your selfless authority. - 3. You can articulate a clear aim. (Psalm 78:5-7) - 4. You can believe in the nobility of decisively winning every confrontation of the will. - 5. You can make parenting a part of your "real life". - 6. You can ignore popular parenting. (Proverbs 7:2) - 7. You can stop hating your child, and start loving them. (Proverbs 13:24)

45 MINSEP 15
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Love Them

Conviction: What Shall We Do?

41 MINSEP 8
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Conviction: What Shall We Do?

Forgiveness: A How To

43 MINSEP 1
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Forgiveness: A How To

Prisoner to Prime Minister, to Save Many

35 MINAUG 25
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Prisoner to Prime Minister, to Save Many

God Is With Us in Our Suffering

39 MINAUG 18
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God Is With Us in Our Suffering

Obedience and Suffering

39 MINAUG 11
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Obedience and Suffering

God Can Restore Relationships

37 MINAUG 4
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God Can Restore Relationships

Latest Episodes

Send Them

The missionary’s impulse is the missing ingredient in most Christian parenting. • give them the missionary burden • send them out into a broken world • teach them to rely on Jesus and move with purpose • prepare them for rejection • show them God’s “achievementless” acceptance

42 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Send Them

Arm Them

1). Apostles - “Sent Ones” - What’s next for the Kingdom Expansion (can leave people feeling wounded or used) 2). Prophets - Correction & Challenge. Know and do God’s Will from the Bible. (can become belligerent activists) 3). Evangelists - Infectious recruiters for the Kingdom. Focused on reaching people who are outside and bringing them in. (can neglect maturing self and others) 4). Shepherds - Nurture and protect. Caregivers. Value stability. (can create unhealthy dependence) 5.) Teachers - Understand and explain. “What he’s saying is…” ( can be day and intellectual and dogmatic. May neglect personal ministry) To equip saints for work of ministry (Body Building) Verse 13). Until: Unity of faith Knowledge of Son of God Mature Manhood Measure of Stature of Fullness of Christ Verse 14). So that we may no longer be children. Tossed by waves Doctrine Cunning Craftiness in deceitful schemes

40 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Arm Them

Aim Them

Proverbs 16:2 “All the ways of a man are pure in his own eyes, but the Lord weighs the Spirits.” - We should attempt the same thing. We discipline for attitude more than actions. Pr. 16:6 “By the fear of the Lord one departs from evil.” - Rather than focusing on teaching your child to avoid sinning, emphasize respect for God, his Word, and the gospel. Pr. 16:8 “Better is little with righteousness, than vast revenues without justice.” - It's better to do what God says than to get your intended result by doing it your way. Pr. 16:15 “In the light of the king's face is life and his favor is as the latter rain.” - We can train our children to be able to please those in authority by being fair and liberal with our praise. Pr. 16:24 “Pleasant words are like a honeycomb, sweetness to the soul and health to the bones. Never use words as punishment.” - Use sweet, encouraging words and firm, swift discipline. Pr. 16:32 “He who is slow to anger is better than the mighty and he who rules his spirit than he who takes a city.” -Anger is altogether unhelpful and unproductive in our work to train wise children. Pr. 17:1 “Better is a dry morsel with quietness that a house full of feasting with strife.” - Parents have to make difficult decisions about how much time they will spend at work. Accept that more money is not necessarily better. Pr. 17:2 “A wise servant will rule over a son who causes shame, and will share an inheritance with the brothers.” - The fond affection (love) that you have for your child is not enough. You must train for wisdom. Pr. 17:3 “The refining pot for silver and the furnace for gold, but the Lord tests the hearts.” - God will use difficulty and struggle in your child's life to reveal their hearts, a wise parent will subvert that process. Pr. 17:6 “Children's children is the crown of old men and the glory of children is their father.” - God's plan is to train children in the Lord so that they will train children in the Lord. Pr. 17:10 “Rebuke is more effective for a wise man that a hundred blows on a fool.” - Raising wise children means your conversations will be more effective when they’re adults. Pr. 17:14 “The beginning of strife is like the releasing of water, therefore stop contention before it starts.” - Parenting is not primarily handling incidents, it is primarily creating environments. Never create a negative environment as a means of punishment. Pr. 17:21 “He who sires a fool gets himself sorrow, and the father of a fool has no joy.” - Laughing at a child’s foolishness now will only bring a parent sorrow later. Pr. 17:25 “A foolish son is a grief to his father and bitterness to her who bore him.” - When a child grows to adulthood without God in charge of his/her life, it hurts the entire family. Pr. 17:27 “He who has knowledge spares his words, and a man of understanding is of a calm spirit.” - Anybody can get angry. Parenting requires calm

42 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Aim Them

Love Them

1. Decide to love - You'll improve 2. Love is not a feeling - That's something else 3. Parenting is less managing incidents, and more fostering environments. 4. Seven things that you can do to love your child - 1. You can stop bullying and start training. - 2. You can believe in your selfless authority. - 3. You can articulate a clear aim. (Psalm 78:5-7) - 4. You can believe in the nobility of decisively winning every confrontation of the will. - 5. You can make parenting a part of your "real life". - 6. You can ignore popular parenting. (Proverbs 7:2) - 7. You can stop hating your child, and start loving them. (Proverbs 13:24)

45 MINSEP 15
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Love Them

Conviction: What Shall We Do?

41 MINSEP 8
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Conviction: What Shall We Do?

Forgiveness: A How To

43 MINSEP 1
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Forgiveness: A How To

Prisoner to Prime Minister, to Save Many

35 MINAUG 25
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Prisoner to Prime Minister, to Save Many

God Is With Us in Our Suffering

39 MINAUG 18
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God Is With Us in Our Suffering

Obedience and Suffering

39 MINAUG 11
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Obedience and Suffering

God Can Restore Relationships

37 MINAUG 4
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God Can Restore Relationships