Marriage and Family
The marriage and family series provides lessons that focuses on relationships building in marriage as well as the many issues that families must deal with in today's society.
Mike provides a practical strategy for Christian parents struggling with children who have lost their way. (Proverbs 22:6)
This lesson gives the parents of unfaithful children some practical things they can do to encourage their prodigals to return home. (Luke 15:11-14)
Four letter expletives are common occurrences in public discourse and are teaching today's young people that this is somehow normal. Mike counters this trend by suggesting that parents become proactive in teaching their children four-letter words that will bless their lives.
Mike shares some of the priceless benefits awaiting those who remain together in Christ for a lifetime.
In this lesson, Mike explains the various ways a person can fulfill the command to honor one's mother. (Exodus 20:12)
As parents, we sincerely want our children to be faithful but sometimes because of our misconceptions of what Godly parenting ought to be, the exact opposite takes place.
Mike shows why mothers deserve honor not only on Mother's Day but every day for their special role in God's plan for life. (Ephesians 6:1-3)
This sermon looks at the qualities of character that are appealing in the opposite sex from a Christian perspective.
Some think that the only thing that concerns men are sports and ties for Father's day. This lesson examines God's special requirements of men in this and every century.
In this lesson we look at the many factors in building a successful Christian family. I'll describe how families are more than just a father, mother and some kids. We'll also examine the types of relationships needed to make a truly wonderful and Christian home possible.
If you were to ask marriage counselors what is one of the top reasons that marriages fail they would tell you that boredom leads or is near the top of the list.
Training for Eternity
In Proverbs 22: 6 Solomon says, "Train up a child in the way he should go, even when he is old he will not depart from it."
Honor Thy Father