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Family Worship

by Heather Thompson Hi Moms & Dads, and welcome to our first post of 2016. I wanted to start our year by giving you a handful of practical tools for at-home discipleship and encouragement. Family Worship 101 Donald S. Whitney has put together a five-day, free email course that will help coach you (both dad […]

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Advent Is For Anticipation

Longing. Waiting. Yearning. One of the deepest desires of the human heart is the anticipation of deliverance. This desire affects how we worship, how we love, and how we wait. What – or who – we’re waiting for determines how we live and reaches into all areas of life. The Christmas season shouts to distract […]

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Moments in Motherhood: Back to School

As I scroll through my feed, I see another sweet babe dressed in their new outfit ready for their first day at school, mother’s day out, and day care. Before I know it, that all too familiar feeling of insecurity begins to swell up inside of me. When we made the decision for me to […]

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How to Talk to Your Child about Baptism

On Sunday, October 4th, twenty six babies were dedicated and 14 of our brothers and sisters were baptized. It is both humbling and encouraging to see God at work in the lives of His people. At times like this, we have an opportunity to talk about baptism with our children. Below, you will find a […]

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“Sex As Worship” Portrait

A portrait shows what something looks like. This is an attempt to display sex as worship by our friends at the Association of Biblical Counselors. Sex is an act created by God, and is a holy union reserved exclusively for a husband and a wife. As a creation of God, the sexual encounter reveals the […]

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Portrait Of Godly Lovemaking

A portrait shows what something looks like. This is an attempt to display godly lovemaking by our friends at the Association of Biblical Counselors. Godly lovemaking is a rich part of a marriage relationship between one man and one woman. It is an activity that is reserved exclusively for marriage. While couples may share emotional […]

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Portrait Of Biblical Love

A portrait shows what something looks like. This is an attempt to display biblical love by our friends at the Association of Biblical Counselors. Biblical love is best understood in light of Scriptural truth rather than an experienced emotion. It is personified in the character and life of Jesus. Love is patient, kind, and humble. […]

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Portrait Of A Godly Wife

A portrait shows what something looks like. This is an attempt to display a godly wife by our friends at the Association of Biblical Counselors. A godly wife submits to the headship of her husband as ordained by God, knowing that even as she does so, she is really submitting to God. She recognizes that […]

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Portrait Of A Godly Marriage

A portrait shows what something looks like. This is an attempt to display a godly marriage by our friends at the Association of Biblical Counselors. A godly marriage is one in which both husband and wife love and celebrate Christ in their hearts and relationship. In addition, both husband and wife seek daily to die […]

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Resources On Biblical Womanhood

Our biblical womanhood is not defined by our ability or success as a _____________. Fill it in: savvy professional, hostess with the most-ess, sacrificial mother, gracious wife, joyful single, you name it. Our biblical womanhood rests solely in our identity as image bearer of God. In grace and wisdom God recognized a void in Adam […]

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