Love and Respect


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The Four Most Important Choices You Can Make as a Parent

Based on her book “Love-Centered Parenting,” Crystal Paine discusses four important principles for parenting well. Listen in to discover what it means to ‘lean in and love,’ ‘listen well,’...

Sharing the Load With Your Spouse

Dr. Greg Smalley and his wife, Erin, describe how a husband and wife can strengthen their marriage by applying the Biblical principle of ‘bearing one another’s burdens’ – ranging...

Teaching Children to Celebrate Racial and Cultural Diversity

Trillia Newbell and Dr. Danny Huerta discuss the value of our celebrating racial and cultural diversity as an expression of God’s calling upon us to share His message of...

Improve Yourself, Improve Your Relationships

Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott explain how you can improve your marriage by becoming emotionally healthy, and examine three key aspects of good emotional health. Get the Parrotts’ book...

Forgiveness

Today’s sermon comes from a series on the life of Jesus described in the gospel of Luke. As Jesus is on the road to Jerusalem described in the middle of Luke, Jesus gives us instruction for how to be a disciple. In today’s passage in Luke 17, Jesus teach…

Episode 125 – Saying “Thanks” Versus Being Grateful – Part II

We can say “thanks” but not be grateful. We can mouth words but our hearts are elsewhere. We are fixated on ourselves. We have probably all seen this in...

Episode 124 – Saying “Thanks” Versus Being Grateful – Part I

We can say “thanks” but not be grateful. We can mouth words but our hearts are elsewhere. We are fixated on ourselves. We have probably all seen this in...

Episode 123 – Parenting: Chronic Anger or Chronic Appeasement? Part II

Emerson and Jonathan continue this important topic in part 2 this week, including adding a third component of apathy. What is the Issue? Children need to honor parents and show this...

Episode 122 – Parenting: Chronic Anger or Chronic Appeasement? Part I

What is the Issue? Children need to honor parents and show this in their respectful attitude and obedient actions.  However, many parents do not always feel respected nor obeyed so...