Family: Parents and Children
When parents bring a newborn baby home for the first time, there is both excitement and anxiety. There is joy over the blessing of a new life, but for most there is also an understandable concern about their ability to take care of this infant. While the Scriptures do not tell you how to handle colic, earaches, introduction of solid foods, etc., they will guide you in the most important part of your child's upbringing. Please give thoughtful consideration to these lessons on bringing up children in the training and admonition of the Lord.
Family: Parents and Children Part 1
Family: Parents and Children Part 2
Walk Just as He Walked
Those who are in the right relationship with God are said to "walk just as He walked" (1 John 2:6), but how much do you know about how the Savior walked? We invite you to listen carefully to these lessons on the example left for us by Jesus.
Walk Just As He Walked Part 1
Walk Just As He Walked Part 2
Walk Just As He Walked Part 3
Walk Just As He Walked Part 4
Did you miss our Gospel Meeting?
If so, you missed a great week of sound gospel sermons by David Banning on...
We invite you to listen to these sermons and see if your perception of Jesus matches the description of Him in the gospels.
The Friend of Tax Collectors and Sinners
The Lamb of God
The Indignant Son of God
The Teacher Who Drove Away the Crowds
The Radical Teacher
The Bible Fundamentalist
The Master's Radical Demands
Jesus and the Word
Are you seeking to “walk just as He walked” (1 Jn. 2:6)? Are you seeking to be transformed into His image (2 Cor. 3:18)? If so, you must have the same attitude toward the word of God that He had and in this lesson we seek to learn just what that attitude was. We hope you will give thoughtful consideration to this lesson, but be prepared—it may cause you to rethink the ideas you have about Jesus and the word.
Building Biblically Sound Families
We have begun a series intended to help us have good, godly, happy families that are built upon the word of God.
Though the following two lessons are not part of the "Building Biblically Sound Families," we are including them here because of their subject matter.