The home is the most important place on earth.  Dorothy in Wizard of Oz says it this way, "There's no place like home."  This is true in every area of life.  We learn how to talk, how to walk, how to love, how to respect, how to work, and the list could go on for a long time. But one area that often gets overlooked is the area of spiritual development. 

 

Often times the job of spiritual development gets handed off to the church.  And the church is a good place for spiritual development.  However, the church only has a limited amount of time with your children to help the grow their faith.  And there's even a larger obstacle than time when it come to spiritual development.  If the truth of God is not lived in the home, then all the churches work will be of no effect.  That's why we believe that the home is the best place for faith to grow.

In this teaching series, our Pastor's will use the scripture to show you how to develop a Faith House.  That is a home that operates on faith principles.  We will also show some current finding from the Barna Research Group that shows when it comes to spiritual development, nothing has a much impact as your home.

 

Modelling Discipline

Sunday, May 12, 2019

Pastor Mike shares the importance of Modeling Discipline in your home. The key idea is that your family is watching your behavior and learning more from you than they do from any other source. Because of this, we believe that your home is the best place for faith to grow. 

Openness in the Home

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Pastor Shawn speaks about the importance of cultivating openness in the home. While sharing about some of the raw situations in his life, he gives the importance of applying the instruction given in the Bible to the home first. He also goes back to the beginning to discover we were created for intimacy to reflect God's image. The key idea is that cultivating openness in the home makes your family look like God's family.

Sacrifice in the family

Sunday, May 26, 2019 (Memorial Day Weekend)

Pastor Shawn preaches about the need for sacrifice in the family. The idea is that since the family was created in God's image, we must learn to love our family the way that God loves us. The main point is that it requires sacrifice to love our families the way God loves us. 

Generosity and the Family

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Pastor Shawn gets practical about generosity. The conversation begins with Jesus and His use of the family to show generosity and then moves to some practical ways that we can grow in our generosity. The main point states that if we are going to be serious about giving, we're going to have to model it in our families. 

Acceptance in the family

Sunday, June 9, 2019

Pastor Shawn reminds us that the basis of God's love towards us is His acceptance of us. He argues that acceptance should be the foundation of our love for one another within the family. If God's love begins with acceptance, so should ours. 

Parenting family

Sunday, 16, 2019 (Memorial Day Weekend)

Pastor Mike preaches about the need for biblical parenting in the family. He reminds us that the primary job of the parent is to reflect the character of God and to push their children to be closer to God. He talks about what it means to bring up a child in "the nurture and admonition of the Lord." 

Pond Hill
Baptist Church

 

85 Pond Hill Rd

North Haven, CT 06473

 

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