Episode 54: Loving Your Wife

“We love because He first loved us. And one of the ways that we can imitate Christ’s love is to love first, to initiate, to be the one to make the first move and take the first step in moving towards our wives. What might that look like in your life? I’d encourage you to take some time to sit down and maybe even put your ideas down on paper, and as you hopefully put these things into practice, I trust that your wives will be blessed by it.” Family Worship Family Worship......

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Episode 53: Loving the Difficult (Pt. 2)

“Above all, love, because, above all, Christ does this for us. He continues to love and pursue us when we are difficult and stubborn. He covers a multitude of our sins, forgiving us and absorbing our punishment that we might be in fellowship with Him, and fellowship with one another, no matter how difficult we think others are. Let His love help you love.” Family Worship Family Worship Devotional Download Open in Prayer Worship – Be Thou My Vision – Yet Not I but Through Christ in Me Icebreaker Question: Describe your ideal......

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Episode 51: Loving the Difficult

“When you’re saved, you’re not just getting a perfect Father in heaven who is loving you perfectly and endlessly, you are getting thousands of imperfect siblings on earth, and nobody will treat you just the way you would like. But that is part of God’s perfect design to help us display his love, and better understand the way he has loved us.” Family Worship Family Worship Devotional Download Open In Prayer Worship – How Deep the Father’s Love for Us – He Will Hold Me Fast Icebreaker Question: What is one of your......

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Episode 50: Loving our Parents

“Outside of your relationship with God, your relationship with your parents is the foundational relationship that shapes all other relationships. Our relationships with our parents is where we first learn to live with other people. So it isn’t too farfetched to say that loving your neighbor actually first begins with loving, trusting, listening, and honoring Mom and Dad. May we all grow in loving our parents this season.”...

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Episode 28: Loving unbelievers better during the Coronavirus

“And as we do, let’s remember the great cost to Christ. “We love because He first loved us.” We were the injured and dying man on that road, and Christ has proven to be our true Neighbor. He came to us when we were dying in our sin—when we were His enemies—and He had compassion on us, He cared for us, and He paid the ultimate cost to save us. May we, as followers of Christ do what we can to reflect God’s love to our neighbors, for their sake and for God’s......

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Episode 27: Loving Our Church Family Better

“Beloved, while present circumstances keep us from fully embracing one another, by God’s grace we get the amazing privilege of being involved in each other’s lives through things like Zoom, e-mails, phone calls, and texts. We get to still be involved in each other’s lives by dropping off food and groceries. But I hope these experiences always draw you back to His touch that enables us to move toward others because God has moved toward us.” Family Worship Family Worship Devotional Download Suggested Worship Songs: – O Church Arise – Beneath the Cross......

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Episode 15: Preparing for Maundy Thursday

“In today’s Truths for Troubled Times, Pastor Kim will help us prepare for Maundy Thursday by looking at the story of Jesus’ washing the disciples’ feet on night before his crucifixion. Stick around to the the end to see an example of how you can use this story to lead a special time of family worship.” Family Worship Family Worship Devotional Download This would be ideal for Thursday (but really for anytime). (Note: at the end is the encouragement to wash one another’s feet. It would be good to have that prepared ahead......

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Thanks, Man (1 Corinthians 1:4-9)

Key idea: A life centered on Messiah will look for the good in others and will look up when the good goes bad. 1. When there is good–look for it (vv. 4-5). 2. When the good goes bad–look up (vv. 5-9)....

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