Sharing the Gospel with Children

  • October 10, 2010 | Brad Baugham | 1 Corinthians 15:1-6; 1 Peter 3:18

Justification by faith must never be obscured, and yet all are not clear upon it. I once heard a sermon upon they that sow in tears shall reap in joy, of which the English was, “Be good, very good, and though you will have to suffer in consequence, God will reward you in the end.” Many do this when addressing children, and I notice that they generally speak to the little ones about loving Jesus, and not upon believing in Him. This must leave a mischievous impression upon youthful minds and take them off from the true way of peace. – Spurgeon


Declaring God’s Glorious Deeds As a New Family

  • October 3, 2010 | Brad Baugham | Ephesians 6:1-4

Lone rangers are dead rangers… . They might look impressive riding off into the sunset by themselves, but when an ambush comes they’re without help. – Joshua Harris


Loving God Wholly & Teaching Children Diligently

  • September 26, 2010 | Brad Baugham | Deuteronomy 6:1-9

How could a person truly love God with heart, and soul, and strength, and not want to make him known, especially to one’s own children? Neglect in this domain is therefore not only disobedience but lack of love for God.
– D. A. Carson


Declaring the Glorious Deeds of God

  • September 19, 2010 | Brad Baugham | Psalm 78

Around the fireside fathers should repeat not only the Bible records, but the deeds of the martyrs and reformers, and moreover the dealings of the Lord with themselves both in providence and grace. … What happy hours and pleasant evenings have children had at their parents knees as they have listened to some “sweet story of old.” Reader, if you have children, mind you do not fail in this duty. – Spurgeon


Remembering Our Guilt and Our Pardon

  • September 12, 2010 | Brad Baugham | 1 Corinthians 11:23-26

The Lord’s Supper seals God’s people by giving them a reliable attestation of their participation in Christ. It is Christ who thus identifies his own, stretching forth his hand to give them the bread and the cup of his covenant meal. – Richard Phillips


Christ: The Obedient Son

  • September 5, 2010 | Micah McCormick | Luke 2

The greatest sorrow and burden you can lay on the Father, the greatest unkindness you can do to him is not to believe that he loves you. – John Owen


The God Who Moves in Mysterious Ways

  • August 29, 2010 | Brad Baugham | Esther

Great people aren’t so great. Their own greatness is not the salient fact about them. It’s the kind of fortunate mix of opportunities they’ve been given. – Malcolm Galdwell


The God Who Makes Us Sing

  • August 22, 2010 | Brad Baugham | Psalms

The Psalms are an “anatomy of all parts of the soul. For not an affection will anyone find in himself whose image is not reflected in this mirror. All the griefs, sorrows, fears, misgivings, hopes, cares, anxieties, in short all the disquieting emotions with which the minds of men are wont to be agitated, the Holy Spirit hath here pictured exactly.” – Calvin


The God Who Celebrates Sex and Marriage

  • August 15, 2010 | Brad Baugham | Song of Solomon

Love is not love
Which alters when it alteration finds,
Or bends with the remover to remove:
O no! it is an ever-fixed mark
That looks on tempests and is never shaken;
It is the star to every wandering bark,
Whose worth’s unknown, although his height be taken.
Sonnet 116


The God Who Makes Us Wise

  • August 8, 2010 | Brad Baugham | Proverbs

True fear comes from faith; false fear come from doubt. True fear is joined to hope because it is born of faith and because men hope in the God in whom they believe. False fear is born of despair because men fear the God in whom they have no belief. – Blaise Pascal, Pensees

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