Doctrine is fundamental to the Christian faith and essential for the family. The NCFIC is now releasing two new product sets on one of the most sound confessions of the Christian faith — the Second London Baptist Confession of 1689 (SLBC). This confession forms a rockbed of Christian doctrine that helps to establish an unshakeable faith upon the Word of God. Find out more here!
Familia — Tag Archive
My daughter Claudia sent me this quote today midmorning… what a blessing to pause and consider the beauty of beholding God in the days He provides…
These dear and heroic veterans need encouragement. They are largely unappreciated. They have been forgotten by many. Their stories are being lost. Each one has spent their lives dealing with the implications of their experiences in the Second World War, and yet today many are spending their final years alone and lonely. This is one reason we are asking you join us by working to make this Memorial Day meaningful for the generations — for the present generation and for some of our surviving World War II fathers.
This weekend, Florida’s FPEA, who hosts the largest homeschool convention in the world, has made special, last-minute arrangements to add IndoctriNation the movie to their program. Will you please help us raise awareness about this film’s availability?
In this video clip, “The age of the involved dad has arrived.” There is a cultural sea change…they are children on the women’s movement and the culture of divorce. She says, “There used to be a difference between father and mother…now they are morphing into a unisex/spouse/parent.”
Same Journey – Different Results. They left at the same time, but one would return and the other would perish. This is the story of personal life, family life, church life, and business life. It matters how you proceed. Here is a dramatic example: the 1911 Antarctic expedition led by Roald Amundsen and Robert Scott. The destination of both men was the South Pole, but the results of their two journeys were radically different.
Many years ago when I was a young father going through huge financial challenges I would crank up the stereo on Saturday mornings and play this song, with all my children sort of dancing around the house going about their Saturday chores and singing with their daddy.