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Is “Children’s Church” Biblical?

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Scripture: Ephesians 6:4Matthew 19:14
Topics: Church Unity, Parenting,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

If Christian parents desire to “bring [their children] up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord,” they must start by bringing their children to church. Pastor Joel Webbon and Pastor Scott Brown, president of Church & Family Life, discuss the biblical mandate for a family-integrated model of worship. Sadly, the one-way churches in America still practice “segregation” is by segregating their own children.

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Is “Children’s Church” Biblical?

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Scripture: Ephesians 6:4Matthew 19:14
Topics: Church Unity, Church Unity, Parenting, Parenting,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

If Christian parents desire to “bring [their children] up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord,” they must start by bringing their children to church. Pastor Joel Webbon and Pastor Scott Brown, president of Church & Family Life, discuss the biblical mandate for a family-integrated model of worship. Sadly, the one-way churches in America still practice “segregation” is by …

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What Christians Can Learn from Tom Bombadil of Lord of the Rings

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Scripture: Ephesians 6:10-17Genesis 1:1-31Genesis 2:1-25
Topics: Parenting, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Spiritual Warfare, Vocation, Doctrine of Creation,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Pastor Joel Webbon is joined by C. R. Wiley to discuss his latest book which addresses “TOM BOMBADIL” from J. R. R. Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings.” Who is this immensely powerful and mysterious character, and what can Christians learn from him?

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How Can We Train Our Children To Love God?

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Scripture: Ephesians 6:1-4
Topics: Doctrine of Creation, Doctrine of Worship, Doctrine of Justification, Church Unity, Church Unity, Church Unity, Lord's Supper, Gospel, Parenting, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Spiritual Warfare, Vocation, Parenting,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

How do we resolve the tension that seems to exists between God’s sovereign election and a parent’s duty to train up their child in the way they should go? Is a child’s salvation the product of godly parenting? If not, does our parenting actually matter?