This lesson will examine the life of the Prodigal son, and what his parents instilled in him before he left home that empowered him to overcome and defeat his encounters with sin.
This lesson’s objective is to remind spouses of things that they need to engage in to keep the marriage loving, rewarding and intact.
As we begin the new year, we are considering the theme of “Better in our Families.” This great passage is a wonderful place to start thinking of how we can be better in our relationships at home.
Our theme for this quarter on our Bible reading card is “We Are Love-Centered.” What does that mean to us as we come together to worship and as we live our lives every day?
We continue to be blessed with new additions to our church family. They both want and need to be involved in the Lord’s work here. How do we determine what, where and how we can best serve the Lord?
In our culture, we our encouraged to recycle cans, plastic and other materials. Many are encouraged to recycle a bad marriage by finding someone else to marry when reconciliation seems impossible. What does Jesus say?
How do we develop great friendship relationships that last? How do we develop and maintain great marriage relationships? How do we develop family relationships that make home the greatest place we can be? Try some suggestions from the Apostle Paul.