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Man Of God: Seek To Be The Spiritual Leader! 28-9

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7 Tips to Teach Your Children to Love and Use the Bible 28-8

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The One Thing Husbands Need to Know About Their Wives 28-6

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The Recipe For Leadership 28-4

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We Need Each Other – The Need For Brotherly Love

BY ARTHUR FARRESS TEXT: JOHN 13:34-35 I. INTRODUCTION A. WE NEED A REBAPTISM OF BROTHERLY-LOVE AND BROTHEROOD 1. Madolyn Murray O’Hare once said: “The Christian army is the only army in the world that kills its’ wounded .” — TOO MANY TIMES WE’VE BEEN GUILTY OF DISCUSSING THE FAULTS OF ANOTHER BROTHER INSTEAD OF TRYING […]

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10 Ways to Tell Your Kids You Are Proud of Them

10 Ways to Tell Your Kids You Are Proud of Them Jackie Bledsoe Each month, my kids and I have breakfast with a group of other dads and their kids. As each dad takes his turn going around the table speaking about their kids and what they’re proud of, I watch their kids. They perk […]

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Dollars and Sense: Teaching Children to Handle Money

In the early 1700s, two men developed distinct reputations for themselves–one was Jonathan Edwards, a man of integrity, refinement and Christian character and the other was Max Duke, a well-known criminal. During the last two hundred years, their descendants have been traced. In Jonathan Edward’s line of descendants are 13 college presidents, 200 preachers, 60 prominent leaders, 90 physicians, 32 authors, […]

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The Scourge of Sibling Rivalry

If American parents were asked to indicate the most irritating feature of child-rearing, I’m convinced that sibling rivalry would get their unanimous vote. Children are not content just to hate each other in private. They attack one another like miniature warriors, mobilizing their troops and probing for weakness in the defensive line. I know one child who so deeply resented being […]

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Questions Parents Ask About Self-Esteem

Human worth in our society is carefully reserved for those who meet certain rigid specifications. The beautiful people are born with it; those who are highly intelligent are likely to find approval; superstar athletes are usually respected. But no one is considered valuable just because he is! Social acceptability is awarded rather carefully, making certain to exclude those who are […]

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Teaching Children to Be Kind

I was recently asked to respond to the question “What one feature should be changed in Western culture in order to produce a higher percentage of emotionally healthy children and adults?” It is a stimulating question which would probably draw a unique answer from every professional who attempted a reply. But from my perspective, the most valuable revision would be for […]

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