Helping families who want to follow Christ together to learn, live and love the truths of the Bible in order to glorify God by growing in faithfulness to Him.
How to worship God as a family
During this crisis we need to maximise our time in God’s Word and prayer. Lockdown is also the perfect time to start a new habit of worshipping God as a family. If you are not sure how to do this this video will guide you through it.
What future will the Church have if we do not help the next generation keep the faith in a culture that is more secular than ever?
The connection between work, time, and place have changed dramatically in recent times creating new challenges for work-life balance. God has already provided the remedy for our 24/7 world.
It is clear that marriage is a demeaned institution in our culture and that ought to concern us. How do we restore that honour?
It’s not just our view of marriage that needs to be changed if we are going to preserve it. We need to change personally. This change applies to us all (married or unmarried).
Sharing our faith with our children involves more than we might think. It involves not just what we say but how we say it within the whole context of raising a child.
Covetousness rebranded itself. Consumerism has become a world view where choice and freedom are the absolutes. Some wisdom from James Fergusson exposes the idolatry.
“Do as I say, not as I do!” Not a good enough maxim for Christians parents, says James Fergusson.
Post-familialism means moving beyond the family as the most basic unit of civilisation. But the Church and nation are built on families. We need families built with the right foundation of Christ and His Word more than ever.
James Durham shows how the Lord’s Day provides a golden opportunity for parents to orient their family towards eternal realities.
Families today are under intense pressure. It might seem that daily family worship is just one more pressure. In fact, it is a relief from other pressures and an opportunity to get family life in true perspective.
The most important interaction is increasingly missing from many Christian homes–interacting about spiritual things.
Biblical marriage is not fully intact amongst evangelicals just because they oppose same-sex marriage. A more subtle and less publicised redefinition of marriage is prevailing in society: where do we stand?
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