Speaker: Dru Lattin Text: Ephesians 6:10-18 Direct download (right click and select “save target as…”)
What does it take to be a warrior? For Fathers’ Day, Dru looks into the classic passage on spiritual warfare to remind dads – and all of us – that we are raising our children on a battlefield. It’s a tough job, but God has equipped us to fight well. Listen below:
Speaker: Dru Lattin Text: Proverbs 31 Direct download (right click and select “save target as…”)
Proverbs 31, the classic text describing a “virtuous woman”, is often considered during Mother’s Day. But what is this chapter actually about? What can we learn?
Rather than overwhelming women with unattainable expectations, this text can actually encourage all of us. With practical insight, Dru explores the characteristics of a wise woman and how we can support each other as we grow in wisdom.
Speaker: Conroy Loewen Scripture: Ephesians 5:21-6:4; Colossians 3:18-24 Direct download (right click and select “save target as…”)
What does God want our families to look like? What is his plan for families? We often focus on the children, but Conroy explains that, if the relationship between spouses is right, and the parents’ relationship to God is clear, the structure of the entire family will be much stronger.
Listen for clear, practical instruction for dads, moms, and children, and their God-given role in families.
Texts: Luke 1-3 Speaker: Lance Graber Direct Download (Right-click link and save file)
What was it really like to be the mother of Jesus Christ? What was their relationship like? Lance shares some heartfelt observations from the life of Mary in appreciation for all mothers today. The article he referenced is available here.
Speaker: Ted Miller Direct Download (Click link and download file) Click here for the first and here for the second in this three-part series
In his final message, Ted gives counsel for parents as their children become adults. Trust, friendship, and time to listen are central in this stage. How do we guide them to stand on the eternal truths we want to pass on? Whether you have teenagers or not, this message has important truths to hear.