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Biblical fatherhood and the art of appreciation

In Blog by Bill Reynolds

I recently received a package in the mail. Out of the blue, I opened this cool box with a gift inside just for me. It was awesome to get something in the mail—that wasn’t junk or a bill! As I read the card inside, the …

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You’re not alone in raising teenagers

In Blog by Bill Reynolds

Here’s a profound statement: raising teenagers is hard! That said, learning to program a computer is hard, too, but at least there are manuals to will help you learn how to program. Where do we go for help in raising teens? There’s not really a …

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My teenager doesn’t want to go to church

In Blog by Ryan Sanders

You raise your children to know God. You raise them to love Jesus. You support them by faithfully taking them to church. With all your good efforts, though, there’s a good chance that, somewhere along the way, you will hear one of the following:

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What are you teaching your child about worship?

In Blog by Bill Reynolds

We have a dangerous habit of making a worship service part of our weekly routine.  It’s easy to get up on Sunday morning, put on your church clothes and go through the motions of Sunday morning worship. In all reality, most of us are somewhere …

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8 checkpoints of biblical fatherhood

In Blog by Ryan Sanders

In one way or another, many of you ask us, “How can I tell if I’m doing this whole fatherhood thing well or not?” In reviewing 2 Peter 1:5-7, I’m reminded that Scripture speaks. In this verse, it’s about love and growth in the Christian …