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Family Time Part 3: A Foundation for Parenting

Posted by Ted Mitchell on

In this three-part series devoted to family life, we’re looking at what it means to be a family man or woman by asking the question: “When it comes to my time and dedication, what does my life look like?” In part one we covered what our responsibility to God is as we lead our...

What Daddy Taught Me

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As we celebrate our earthly dads this weekend, let’s take some time to reflect on the impact they’ve made on our lives and faith. Get to know some of our ministry leaders here at The Bible Chapel as they share stories of how their fathers impacted their walks with Christ. Then, feel...

Pass it On: Raising Children who Own their Faith


Posted by Jeremy Adams on

God’s beautiful gift of having children comes with the weighty responsibility to raise them to love Jesus above all else. When a baby is born, parents, family, friends and church members rejoice in the arrival of a tiny infant made in the image of God. However, raising a child can be...

The Best Parenting Book Ever Written!

Posted by Ron Moore on

I have discovered the best parenting book ever written—bar none. It is an educational resource written specifically for parents to teach their children at home. The writer well understood the importance of strong families and knew the absolute necessity for children to learn to think...

Dear Mom… Be Encouraged This Mother’s Day


Posted by Laura Ankrom on

by Amy Altieri with Laura Ankrom Mother’s Day is a special day set aside each year to celebrate mothers and motherhood. For some, it’s a joyous day. For others, it’s a day that brings sadness or hurt. Unfortunately, we live in a fallen world where sin, disappointment, and...

Someday When the Kids are Gone: Family Togetherness


Posted by Ron Moore on

Young parents, cherish every day. Time goes fast. As you spend time together this holiday season baking, shopping, visiting family, and crossing things off of your never-ending to-do list, I encourage you to pause and embrace the seeming chaos. What feels hectic in the current moments will...