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Protecting Children from Affluenza

November 24, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
Before millions of people have let their Thanksgiving meal settle, the race will be on to “shop-‘til-you-drop.” And along with it there may lurk dangerous disease, one that would love to infect your children: “affluenza.” Here is Randy Alcorn’s description: An alarming number of children from Christian homes grow up grasping for every item they […]... continue >>

Three Great Gospel Resources—Part 3

November 19, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
The past two blog posts were designed to familiarize you with two wonderful resources for equipping parents and teachers in the all-important and joyful mission of communicating the Gospel to the next generation. William Farley’s, Gospel-Powered Parenting: How the Gospel Shapes and Transforms Parenting and Art Murphy’s, The Faith of a Child: A Step-by-Step Guide […]... continue >>

Three Great Gospel Resources—Part 2

November 18, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
Yesterday, I stated that parents and teachers have no greater responsibility and privilege than to pass the Gospel on to our children. The first recommended resource for equipping us to do just that is William Farley’s book Gospel-Powered Parenting: How the Gospel Shapes and Transforms Parenting. Today, I’d like to highlight the second resource, The […]... continue >>

Three Great Gospel Resources—Part 1

November 17, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
Someday our children will stand before King Jesus and hear Him say one of the following: “Come, you who are blessed by my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world.” (Matthew 25:34b) “Depart from me, you cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels.”  (Matthew […]... continue >>

What Our Children Need to Know about God’s Wrath

November 12, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
There is an important post over on the Desiring God website by Joseph Scheumann: “Five Truths About the Wrath of God.” I appreciate his very thoughtful and “balanced” approach—putting to rest some very common misconceptions. I think this article would help every parent, teacher, and older student. Here is how he begins: The doctrine of […]... continue >>