Teaching notes for Ephesians 5:22-33, United In Marriage
Teaching outline for Ephesians 2:11-22.
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The apostle John’s entire ministry was fatherly. A man far different from the apostle Paul, John seemed to continually brim over with love. His short letter of First John was written entirely from a fatherly perspective. In fact, one great study of the role of a dad is to look at the different times John used the phrase “little children” in his first epistle...
5 Minutes / 1000 Words
Theme: Pilgrims want the house of God to impact their house, so they look for God’s help, health, heritage, and heroes.
When Christina and I met there were no children in the picture. Eventually, after dating, engagement, a wedding, and a brief time of marriage, children came along...
5 Minutes / 1100 Words
Kids ask questions, or at least they want to. Sometimes the questions drive a parent batty — “When do we get there?” — but often the questions provide moments for teaching and training. Discipleship...
4 Minutes / 800 Words
This post will examine 6 biblical parenting principles that apply across various cultures, with follow-up questions that pertain more to this culture. Here is an overview of the principles:
- Does my parenting style include trust in God?
- Does my parenting style emphasize grace?
- Does my parenting style cultivate rest?
- Does my parenting style teach obedience?
- Does my parenting style promote spousal oneness?
- Does my parenting style prioritize God’s kingdom?
16 Minutes / 3,200 Words
Are you a dad who is a life giving stream to your children? Paul warns all fathers not to provoke their children. In this post I write about 4 ways:
- Develop relationship
- Speak often
- Live with consistency
- Believe the best
6 Minutes / 1,200 Words
What is a father's greatest weapon? Consider, for a moment, the power of words.
3 Minutes / 600 Words