In this episode, Michael and Nate are joined by Harvest Windsor’s Women’s Life Director, Susie Rock, to continue the discussion on the family by discussing what it means to be a woman made in the Image of God, their role in the Kingdom, and how to fulfill it for the good of others and the glory of God Almighty.
In this episode, Joe, Michael, and Nate continue their discussion on the family by discussing what the archetypal fatherhood of God means for our ectypal familial relationships. Simply put, they discuss what God’s fatherhood means for us and our realtionships. Oh, how sweet it is to be part of the household of God through Christ our Lord.
In this episode, Joe, Michael, and Nate continue their discussion around Allistair Begg’s recent controversial advice to a grandmother about attending a queer wedding and his recent sermon defending his advice.
In this episode, Joe and Michael continue to discuss the big compromise of Big Eva and the need for strong fathers leading well–leading biblically.
Allistair Begg’s Comments: https://youtu.be/rXDYYPLwgYE?si=B0XrmelFb6BH6VC9&t=1726.
In this episode, Joe, Nate and Michael discuss the centrality of the family in God’s redemptive story, and consider how to disciple families and churches in an age where we have imbibed an individualistic idea of the gospel.
In this episode Joe Boot and special guest, pastor Joel Webbon, discuss the fifth commandment, how it applies not only to young children, but to everyone, and how a worldly mindset has led us to neglect this commandment when it becomes uncomfortable or burdensome.
ible depicts the family as Godâ€™s basic institution for a peaceful and orderly social order. It is no exaggeration to say that if we try to redefine the nature of the family, we redefine society itself.
Throughout the green movement, many are promoting a culture of death in the name of life, health and eco-justice. Whereas the God of Scripture says, â€œBe fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue itâ€, and tells us that children are a heritage and reward from Him, this new religion tells us that children are a threat to planetary life and large families a disease.
This chapter in 2 Samuel about the exile and return of Absalom, King David’s son, reflects the perennial theme of Exile and Return found throughout the Bible.
Amnon’s assault of his sister Tamar further exposes the systemic sin of sexual immorality in the House of David. Today, Christ’s sacrifice for sin cleanses, heals and restores all who bear such shame and guilt.
Rachel Eras talks about the place of the home and the role of the homemaker in the broader cultural context, and explains how we've let worldly thinking creep into the way we view the home.
Michael Thiessen discusses the place and duty of the family in the broader mission of the church and the Kingdom of God.
John Bunyan: Family Duty
Douglas Rosenau, A Celebration of Sex
Michael Thiessen: Pursuing a First Class Marriage
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