In Session 1 you’ll begin by looking at three types of parenting philosophies — only one will lead to lasting success. We will learn to build our households by using a Biblical parenting philosophy while elevating the good that we see in our children.
Our desire is to provide you with the tools needed to help you lead your group effectively.
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In Session 2 you will learn that Keeping God the focal point of marriage and family will help us draw closer to Him and to our spouse — equipping us to weather any storm.
In Session 3 you will learn that teaching and modeling the “moral reasons why” will prepare your children for their final season in your home and beyond.
In Session 4 you’ll understand that what God wants from all those who have been brought into personal relationship with Him is simple and clear—we are to honor Him. When we start by honoring God, we should then see it multiply to our parents and every relationship in our lives.
In Session 5 you’ll learn that teaching your children first-time obedience instills in them a greater faith and trust in the decisions you are making for their good based on God’s direction.
In Session 6 you will study the three types of discipline processes
and how they can serve your children in helpful and fruitful discipline.
In Session 7 you’ll be looking at the young life of Jesus, seeing the important areas of development/growth and realizing the significance of advancing your children intellectually, physically, socially, and
In Session 8 you will discover that your calendar and time management will have a great influence on your family, which will help you find that being the priest of your home is necessary in leading your family well.
In Session 1 you’ll discover that having a healthy marriage starts with seeking God together, as God is your “one” and your spouse is your “two”.
In Session 2 you’ll learn that all couples fight, but good couples learn to fight fair, remembering that when you fight you must “be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry.”
In Session 3 you’ll learn that fun is not a luxury in marriage and if you don’t make time for fun, you may not have a marriage.
In Session 4 you’ll discover that to have a healthy marriage, couples must strive for both inward and outward purity.
In Session 5 you’ll learn that marriage is a covenant and not a contract. It is a permanent relationship with no end date and that no matter how tough things might become, divorce should not an option.
All of the discussion questions, activities, next step ideas, and Bible references can be found in the participant guide.