Category: General Family Ministry

Praying For Our Kids

A frightening doctor’s report, difficulty in school, a 16-year olds first solo drive, the news of divorce in our adult kid’s marriage… Are those the type of situations that lead you to immediately to begin praying for your kids? I hope so. I also hope as Christian parents we are also seeking God as is […]

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Looking To Make A Greater Impact

In the past week I have had two conversations with people at Faith Promise Church who simply say something like “I want to have a greater impact on the next generation.” In both cases the people really felt led to begin serving in either the Kids Ministry or Student Ministry. Neither had experience in those […]

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Impacting The Next Generation

  This past weekend Pastor Chris focused on the commitment Faith Promise has made to investing in the next generation and the role each of us can play. The following are a few key points from Pastor’s message. Click here to hear or watch the entire message. In order for Faith Promise to have the […]

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Family Life: Breaking The Cycle

Modeling is so powerful. Most of us have been profoundly impacted by the marriage and parenting examples that we have seen. Our parents and other adults who provided primary care or we spent a lot of time with, taught us, through what they modeled about marriage and parenting. Perhaps your parents were great models of […]

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Losing Your Voice

When I was a high school basketball coach it was not uncommon at some point during a season for me to lose my voice. This temporary laryngitis was brought on by the vocal strain of consistently yelling instructions to our players in loud gymnasiums. As parents it is also possible for us to lose our […]

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Family Life: Stop The Drifting

(This post was written by Chuck Carringer, Pastor of Family Ministries) Relationships have ebbs and flows. There are periods and seasons of extreme closeness and times where there seems to be a gap or distance. Our marriages are often no different. Life’s challenges can lead to tough periods or short seasons when we are not […]

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