So You See What I See (6 of 6) by Kenton Beshore
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Welcome before we get started I want to ask you to pull out two things that are in your worship folder, I want to talk about them. You’ve got the beautiful mess and also an envelope. First of all I want to talk to you about this card, a beautiful mess, here’s what we’re doing. Our goal is to speak about the things that are important especially when it comes to relationship, marriage, sexuality, and parenting. And so we’re, in the New Year we’re gonna do a series titled a beautiful mess and here’s what we’re hoping. We want your best questions. What would make you excited to invite your friends, your co-workers, your family, your neighbors to a series on family, parenting, marriage, singleness, sexuality, what are the questions they have? Cause we think if you give us your best questions we will plan the best series. And so what questions do they have? Now here’s our goal. Our goal is to get a 1000 new people coming to our church just because we think this series will be great because of your great questions. Here some of you did this last week, hundreds of you gave us your questions here’s some of the top questions that you asked. First of all about marriage, what’s the way back after infidelity? How does divorce fit into it? What does the bible say about that? How do you keep your passion alive in your marriage? And then forgiveness, forgiveness in marriage, forgiveness with kids just the whole area of forgiveness. Singles, talked about dating standards, building trust, loneliness, how to sparkle in dating. Sexuality, your number one questions was, what does the bible say about homosexuality. And then raising kids. Lots of you talked about the balance between love and discipline. But the number 1 issue by far was how do you raise teenagers. Which God only knows, right? But we’re bringing in an expert, Doug fields, who as spent 40 years working with teenagers. And so we are gonna have just address ...
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