Spiritual Parenting 101

Judges 13:8-13, Gen 18:19
The privilege to have a child comes with the responsibility of raising the child aright.
Children are good gifts from God, they are not a means to our selfish ends, they are not
an extension of our personalities, they are not investments for our latter years, they are
not symbols of our social status, they are not means to accomplish the dreams or goals
we never could or paths to correct our mistakes of the past, they are in themselves
unique, special and individual souls, gifts from God to us, not necessarily for us and as
such every parent becomes a co-laborer with God in accomplishing His purpose for that
individual child.Read More »

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Redefining Beauty

Let’s begin with a story, this is the story of a God fearing brother who wrote down his experience to his younger sister, he shared with me this write up (and gave me permission to share it), his simple experience will help us see what we mean (certain details have been changed for identity sake & ease of communication);Read More »

The Sexy Culture

The story is told of a primitive hidden away tribe who many generations ago were
afflicted by a certain communicable disease which affected one eye and caused it to be
sealed up, it spread from person to person till everyone in the tribe had this disease
and as that generation gave birth their children also came out with the disease from
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He Brings her

And Jehovah God buildeth up the rib which He hath taken out of the man into a woman, and bringeth her in unto the man;
Gen 2:22

I get convinced more and more that it is God who brings the woman to the man
He has placed. In speaking of how marriage should be, Jesus referenced Adam and Eve
in the beginning (Matt 19:8), so we can learn certain patterns from them. Read More »

No Ordinary Child

The woman became pregnant and gave birth to a son. She saw that he was a special baby and kept him hidden for three months Exo 2:2 MSG

 By faith Moses’ parents hid him for three months after he was born, because they saw he was no ordinary child Heb 11:23 NIV

Beauty is said to be in the eyes of the beholder, this statement proves true many times. The Egyptians in the text above saw the baby Moses as something to be killed, the parents saw something else. Many the times our experiences in life are shaped not by the situation itself but how we view the situation, this is especially true in parenting.Read More »

Still head of the home?

The question that many have pondered is this: If a man fails in his responsibility and function to provide for his family and perhaps his wife begins to do so, is he still the head of the home? Or if he fails to be the priest and spiritual leader of his home and his wife takes up that responsibility, is he still the head of the home? And what should be the wife’s response towards this?

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