Category: Family Ministry

Parent Connection

Remix Tonight we continued our look at teenage love and relationships with our series called Baby. In the Old Testament, there are over a dozen different types of love. Each indicates a different emotion or feeling. The challenge is that in our world today, we only use one word to describe love. We say I […]

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High School Fall Retreat

(This post was written by Michael Wallace, High School Pastor) Parents, thank you first of all for your involvement in your student’s life.  Simply by reading this post you are showing how committed you are to the spiritual growth of your family!  You, as the leader of your family, have a consistent opportunity to influence […]

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The Art of Teaching Kids Responsibility

(This post was written by Gina McClain, Director of Children’s Ministries) I picked up a book recently entitled, “Good and Angry: Exchanging Frustration for Character in You and Your Kids!” The book title intrigued me primarily because frustration in parenting is so common.  Just the picture on the cover resonates with me.  Mom in the […]

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Remembering….

(This post was written by Matt Grimes, Middle School Ministry Pastor) One of the things that I love about the Old Testament is the rituals and meanings behind so much of what they did.  One of my favorite things that the people of God did in the Old Testament was focus on the importance of […]

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Parent Connection

9/11-12:  “What if someone hates me?” Double Dog Dare:  No one likes to feel hated. Plain and simple, hate doesn’t feel good—for you or your enemy. So don’t hate back; respond with love instead. This week I dare you to act lovingly toward your enemies. If you don’t think you have enemies, choose one or […]

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