What would you give to know that your family will be faithful to Jesus over the long haul? And I'm not just talking about you and your children - but their children, and their children after them. What would you give?
The biblical picture of Christian faithfulness is radical faith, faith that is uncompromising and unrelenting in its desire to honor Christ above all things in the practical things of everyday life. That radical faith, passed down from one generation to the next is the only thing that will create generational faithfulness.
The Christian Home and Family podcast is my humble attempt to teach, challenge, and equip Christian families to take up the mantle of radical faith for the sake of seeing Jesus glorified in them and through them. It's not for the timid. It's not for the tepid or lukewarm.
Radical faith belongs to radical people. Will you be one of them? Will your family be one of generational faithfulness?
To build a Christ-centered home, you go first
A Christ-centered home is less about what you do and more about who YOU, the parent, are.
Why Our Kids Don't Date and How We Accomplished It
This post is not about dating VS courtship... so you can relax.
This post is about the wisdom (or lack of wisdom) that is inherent in the cultural practice of dating... and what can be done about it in YOUR family.
Loving The Personal Weakness of Your Spouse
Our culture tends to be a really self centered. There is not much grace for the personal weakness of others. And so, in step with our culture, a lot of the things that you hear talked about when it comes to the difficulties of married life. As a result we hear complaining - we hear wishes of the things that the other spouse would do differently - and I think while that’s totally understandable, it is NOT the approach we as believers in Christ should be taking.
How a commitment to personal freedom is gutting Christian parenting
I want to parent in a way that encourages my child to take charge of their life.
I don't want to require things of my kids, I want them to discover it for themselves.
I want my kids to be free to chose their own path.
On the surface all of these statements have some elements of truth to them. I have no problem there.But stated in those ways, each of them communicates what I believe is an underlying belief system - that personal freedom is of the utmost value.
The KEY to raising godly children (OR: God-fearing children and the parents who raise them )
Why would I throw in my thoughts on such a popular and written-to-death sort of subject? Because what I consider to be the KEY to raising godly children has not been said enough, or loudly enough.
The key to raising godly children is to first be a godly parent.
What Does It Mean to Be a Spiritual Leader? : A Challenge for Husbands
A spiritual leader is not the person who has all the right, holy-sounding answers. A spiritual leader is a person who humbly goes first in serving others. That’s one of the many lessons I’ve learned about what it means to be a spiritual leader in my family over the past almost-30 years. This episode is aimed at gaining a greater understanding of two of the key biblical passages that speak to the issue of spiritual leadership in the home.
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Very Vibrant and Compelling
This show has some of the best insight and compels me to act in my Christian faith even more in passing my faith on to my own children. Great Job Cary is a great inspiration and disciple of God!
A Great Christian Family Podcast
If I could sum this ministry into a few words...it would be "I can see God's Heart" in this! The range of different topic are also special as most people won't talk about them. Keep doing what you doing.