Through Homepoint Ministry, Bellevue provides resources that will help you build faith at home in every stage of life. Find resources for those who are single, married, parents, and grandparents.
I was recently reading a study by LifeWay Research about the religious beliefs of Americans. The findings were troubling to me but not surprising. The overall findings of the study are that religious beliefs are a matter of personal opinion, not objective facts—54% of people studied believe this.
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Raising multiple children while trying to instill biblical truth at each child’s level of understanding is challenging. “Sometimes you wonder, ‘Are they even listening?’ ‘Do they even hear what we’re saying?’,” admitted Emily Cook, mother of three.
“If we say we’re believers and followers of Christ, we have to know what that looks like, so we can try to model that in front of [our children] every day,” said Julian Martin.
Since March, we have constantly heard the phrase, “it’s going to be different than previous years.” But, just because our events and gatherings look different than what we’re used to doesn’t mean they will not be as enjoyable.
The Bible has a lot to say about money and much that is specifically of value for someone trying to be intentional about family relationships.
Throughout the Bible the value of community is emphasized. The Israelites were God’s chosen people and traveled together to the land God had promised them.
We must understand that every marriage is intended to be a masterpiece reflecting THE marriage between God and His people.
How could God use your differences to reflect Him? Maybe you could bake cookies for a neighbor or help a friend study for a test. Maybe you could babysit for a parent that needs a break. Think of ways you can reflect Jesus to others.
After years of saying, “When I grow up, I’m gonna be…” there comes a point in which your children start going through the steps of actually making it happen.
Too often the busyness of life distracts us from building and strengthening relationships. Your marriage is an important investment and requires regular, positive investments for future dividends.
Every believing dad hopes his child will embrace the faith and grow deep spiritual roots. Studies tell us that over half of those growing up in Christian homes will walk away from Christianity by the time they leave the teen years—never to return.
Trying to adjust and learn how to best worship at home with your kids? Check out our 7 Tips for Family Worship at Home! We hope this is a blessing to your family!