Father’s Day serves as a reminder of the responsibilities that come with being a parent. Current trends see children who have been raised in the church, tap out of their faith journey once they reach young adulthood.
Join us at 10:00, where Jon Warner will walk us through Key Scripture Verses Deuteronomy 6:4-9 and Mark 12:28-34.
Anyone can be a father, but it takes someone very special to be a DAD.
Happy Fathers Day!!
This passage serves us well when we ask this question………”In the past week….”
- Did I consistently show patience with others?
- Would people be able to affirm that I demonstrated kindness?
- Was there any time when I felt a measure of resentment for the good things that were happening in the life of someone else?
- Did I find myself needing to tell others of my accolades or accomplishments?
- Was there any point at which I felt anger because things weren’t going my way?
- Did I find myself angry over something that, in retrospect, was not all that significant?
- Was there a point at which I found myself wanting to re-live the resentment I felt towards someone who had caused hurt in my life?
- Was there a moment when I wished someone would get what I believe they deserved?
- Did I, at any point, find myself struggling to be truthful in a difficult situation?
- Was there a time when I felt I wanted to give up on something or someone?
- Did I find myself wondering whether or not I could really trust God?
- Was there a time when, in thought or conversation, I found myself being overly pessimistic?
- Did I find myself wanting to drop a responsibility I carried?
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