Great Sermon! This sermon was a blessing to me! I often get so discouraged with my failure to live up to my own expectation of what a good parent ought to be. I know I have to accept my limitations and weaknesses and cling to Christ. I trust him to work in and through my life because of who HE is.
As a young believer in the '70s, I was clearly taught that yoga could not be practised by Christians. This was not a difficult thing for me to accept, even though yoga was already quite popular where I lived. Is this not taught in churches today as a matter of course? :-/
Encouraging and convicting! This was a great broadcast! I would recommend reading the booklet that Reb wrote "Solving the Crisis in Homeschooling...". He also has some great articles on his website.
When my kids were little, I wouldn't let them see the animated version in the cinema, because a Christian friend had warned me it was "steamy" and not really that suitable for children, despite them being the target audience. Twenty-odd years later, and look where we are...
Great Sermon! I was refreshed by the reminder of God's love for me. Although I sometimes feel alone or abandoned,the truth is that our wonderful, covenant-keeping God is near. So near that we are graven on his heart!
Great Sermon! Very interesting! When I was a new believer, someone asked me "what is the difference between most bathing suits and walking around in underwear?" I am a mom of multiple sons so attending public swimming pools are not usually an option for us. I am trying to teach them to see girls/women as people and to discern how our culture treats them as objects. Also, to understand why some females seem to desire to be treated as an object (I used to be one of them)and to have compassion for these people.