Getting Started Main Idea: If we want to see God as our father, it helps to see God through our fathers. Introduction: Most of us desire a happy home, but that doesn’t necessarily make it a “holy” home. Think about the way your father (or father figure) or the lack of a father has influenced your faith. […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: If you have trusted in Christ, you have been adopted into the family of God. Forever. Introduction: In several books of the New Testament, it is repeatedly said that believers are “adopted” into the family of God (see Romans 8:15, Galatians 4:5, and Ephesians 1:5). This is very, very important. In […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: Church is a tie that binds us together as a family for a greater purpose. Introduction: There are believers and nonbelievers alike who feel that the church is part of the problem, not a family. Discussion Starter: Have you ever run in a “sack race” where your leg is connected to someone else’s leg […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: Making room for God in your life and your home should help others belong. Introduction: God has called His people to care for those who don’t have someone to care for them. When we make room for God in our lives, He will help us make proactive choices and help others belong. Discussion […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: Real love starts in you and starts at home. We all need spiritual mothers and fathers. Introduction: The Bible teaches that parents have quite a responsibility: rearing their children (Proverbs 22:6). However, all Christ-followers are commanded to tell every person about Jesus, regardless of age or status. Then we are to disciple […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: No one can bring peace home like God. Introduction: The expression of God’s love starts in you, then your home, then others. Only God can bring peace and love to your relationships. Discussion Starter: How busy is your family’s calendar? Encounter God Primary Scriptures: Psalm 90:17, Ephesians 4:30, Ephesians 3:14-15 Discussion Questions: How often do […]Read More
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