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  • Ephesians 6:1-4 Series

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Jul 15, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 20,859 views

    Children obey your parents

    Ephesians 6:1-4 John Shearhart July 18, 2010 Introduction I remember the first time Lily (my oldest child) hit me. It’s easy to remember because it was also the last time. She was in trouble for something, so I planned to spank her, and I told her to put her hands on the bed. Instead ...read more

  • Parenting: The Forest View Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jan 23, 2012
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,737 views

    Good parents want what is in the long-term best interest of their children, not what makes them happy for the moment. God’s Word offers us some balanced principles of parenting.

    Parenting: The Forest View (Ephesians 6:1-4) 1. Parenting has its challenges. Part of the reason parenting is so challenging is that no two kids are exactly alike. Proverbs 22:6 is a principle, not a promise. Freewill. 2. (CBS News) Jake Barnett is one in 10 million. The Indianapolis ...read more

  • Living With Order Series

    Contributed by Curry Pikkaart on Sep 18, 2012
     | 3,544 views

    What happens in our families infuences what happens in our culture. If ever there is a place for quality relationships, it's the family.

    “Building Quality Relationships: With Family - Living With Order in Your Home” Ephesians 6:1-4 If I asked you if you thought you could subscribe to the Communist Manifesto, you’d probably be inclined to say “No,” even if you didn’t know what it contained. And ...read more

  • Father's Day

    Contributed by Sean Harder on Jul 6, 2012
    based on 4 ratings
     | 36,573 views

    There are many people in the world, real or not, that we can learn the example of being a father. This sermon takes us back to the best place where we can find that perfect example... to the Bible and God/Christ!

    I think most of us who are fathers in this room want to, and wanted to be good fathers. In my generation I got to pick from several role models. Homer Simpson, Tim the tool man Taylor, Al Bundy, George Jetson, Fred Flintstone, even Ozzy Osborne? Now, if I watched TV, apparently I could even have ...read more

  • Boundaries For Our Kids Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Aug 11, 2012
     | 3,211 views

    In this message we look at the need for boundaries in the lives of our children. Not only do children need boundaries, they actually want them.

    “Boundaries for our Kids” Ephesians 6:1-4 For me when I was growing up there was not a better show on television than the Andy Griffith show. And one of my favorite characters was Ron Howard, AKA Opie. I never missed an episode of that show. Just a couple of years ago Ross was ...read more

  • Children, Honor Your Parents Series

    Contributed by Paul Barreca on Jul 20, 2016
     | 3,724 views

    Obedience to your parents begins with a heart attitude of honor for them.

    This sermon is part four of the series, “Five Words for a Godly Home.” Each of these words come from a study of Ephesians 5 and 6, a text which instructs us on the relationships within the Christian home. HUSBANDS are instructed to LOVE their wives. WIVES are instructed to RESPECT ...read more

  • Spirit-Filled Homes And Workplaces Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Dec 14, 2018
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,841 views

    Ephesians 6:1-9 shows us the duties of Spirit-filled children, parents, employees, and employers.

    Scripture Today we conclude our sermon series in Ephesians 5:21-6:9 that I am calling, “Focus on the Family.” The governing command for this entire section is Ephesians 5:18, where Paul commanded Christians to “be filled with the Spirit.” Then Paul said being filled with the Spirit would have ...read more

  • Parenting: Training Up A Child In The Things Of God. Series

    Contributed by David Mcclain on Jul 22, 2018
     | 7,425 views

    Parents must agree on the values and principles for childrearing

    OPENING SENTENCE: Let me read to you a mothers account of a typical day in her household. INTRODUCTION: Like last night. I had repeatedly asked Addy to go pee before bed, and repeatedly asked Peyton to stop throwing Addy’s pillows. When neither of them listened to me, Peter yelled from the ...read more

  • Understanding The Target--- The Family

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on May 24, 2017
     | 4,298 views

    It is a satanic goal tomake every family unhappy and then destroy it. What is God's purpose for the family?

    UNDERSTANDING THE TARGET : THE FAMILY... THE PURPOSE OF THE FAMILY By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfingers@aol.com WEAK FAMILIES MEAN WEAK SOCIETIES, WEAK CHUCHES... PROBLEMS ARE NOT THE PROBLEMS... IT IS OUR ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE PROBLEMS THAT MAKE THE PROBLEM THE PROBLEM. The primary ...read more

  • "Thankful For Fathers”

    Contributed by Mark Mitchell on May 24, 2017
     | 2,109 views

    Fathers who are godly should be appreciated

    Ephesians 6:1-4 Introduction: Illustration # 1 “playing with kids in the grass” I. We need to be thankful for Dads who teach us right from wrong. (v.1) - Illustration # 2 “hiding cigar” A. Parental instruction is a commandment from God - Pro_1:8 Hear, my son, your father's instruction, ...read more

  • Parenting – God’s Plan, Our Responsibility

    Contributed by Mark Mitchell on May 24, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,138 views

    We have a biblical responsibility in parenting

    Ephesians 6:1-4 Introduction: Parenting needs to be done in unity. Failure to do so reaps serious consequences. I. Children are to be brought up in the instruction of the Lord. A. Children are to be nurtured. B. The care and attention given to someone or something that is growing or ...read more

  • Good Fathering In These Times

    Contributed by Eric Hanson on Jul 28, 2017
     | 4,677 views

    This is a challenging age to be a good father in. Let's do this to God's glory!

    On Being Fathers in These Times Pastor Eric J. Hanson: 2017 Here in the Western World, it is no secret that Fatherhood has been under siege for many years now. Many people do not remember a time when Fathers were honored in everyday life. It was not always this way. In previous eras, ...read more

  • Direct Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Feb 24, 2017
     | 5,507 views

    Raising G-Rated kids requires instruction that shapes the will without breaking the spirit

    [Playground study video] Some of you may be wondering what fences on playgrounds have to do with raising G-Rated Kids in an X-Rated World. But as we’ll see this morning, in spite of the fact that it is counterintuitive to our own natural thinking, establishing fences, or boundaries, in the lives ...read more

  • Forward In Faith, Fathers!

    Contributed by David Simpson on May 19, 2017
     | 4,757 views

    A Fathers Day sermon challenging men and the church to move forward in faith!

    Sermon Lanier Christian Church June 19, 2011 – Father’s Day David Simpson Forward in Faith Ephesians 3:20,21 and Jeremiah 7:24 AND Ephesians 6:4 Why A Son Needs A Dad by Gregory Lang A son needs a dad to show him how to shave. …to teach him how to talk to girls. A son needs a dad to ...read more

  • The Makings Of A Good Dad

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Jun 19, 2017
     | 9,537 views

    For Mother's Day my sermon was, "The Makings of A Good Mom" so it's only fitting that I do the same for Father's Day. Quote: "It only takes a minute to be a father but it takes a lifetime to be a dad." What are some things that make a good dad?

    THE MAKINGS OF A GOOD DAD Contrast between TV dads of the 50's and those of today. Back then Dad was portrayed as the leader, the guider; he was admired. Today, dads are portrayed as inept, clueless and irresponsible. Modern-day TV oftentimes portrays the dad as being more like an additional ...read more