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SERMONS & MEDIA ON CHILDREN

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CHILDREN SERMON OUTLINES

by Jerry Vines

I am in a series of messages which I am calling Fantastic Families. We are building around our theme for the year, Come Home. Among other things we need to be sure that we have a strong family and a strong home for our family. This morning we are going to talk about fantastic family children. Next Sunday morning, for those of you who may have prodigal...

by Ernest Easley

We are learning these days from Exodus 20: God's Guidelines for Building a Godly Home! More important than building a business, building a career, building a nest egg is building Godly Homes! You may become the President of the largest company in this city and have great...

by Zach Terry

I'm going to teach you today - 2 of the MOST IMPORTANT principles that a Parent ought to convey to their children before they are out of the home. ILLUSTRATION: Growing up I spent a lot of time on the TN River. There were three kinds of boats/vessels that floated up and down that river. There were...

by Miles Seaborn

God uses the family to illustrate the relationship between us and God and between us as God's children. 397 times he refers to Father - Mothers - Children in their human relationship. God mentioned children and this earthly relationship so often because he meant them to be! They are a blessing of God and are to be...

by Larry Osborne

WHERE'D WE GET THAT IDEA? Proverbs 22:6 What We Think It Says: If we raise a child correctly, he will come back to God eventually. What It Actually Says: If we raise a child according to his bent, he won't turn away. The Forgotten Distinction: This is a proverb, not a promise...

by Curt Dodd

In ''The Family Circus'' little Billy says as a member of the family in this newspaper comic strip concerning Christmas Eve, ''I wish I could put tonight and tomorrow on fast forward.'' Christmas is a time for children; it's also a time for parents who I can say proudly I am one of and desperately want to be a much better one than...

by Joe Alain

''Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.'' Proverbs 226, NIV. James Merritt tells the story of the young couple who had just purchased brand new appliances for their home and they decided to give their old refrigerator to their parents. Since they lived a pretty good distance from them...

by Roger Thomas

Life would be a lot duller without small children around. Neater, maybe; but certainly duller! I can testify to that personally since we have had our six-year-old granddaughter with us for a week. Having small children around can be an educational experience as well. For example: Consider the top ten things you might not know...

by Jeff Strite

The first thing this text says to me, is ''why'' Why should we teach our kids about God? In Psalms 78:8, the Psalmist says the reason God's people were told to teach their children was partly so that: ''They would not be like their forefathers- a stubborn and rebellious generation, whose hearts were not loyal to God, whose...

by Jeff Schreve

After 2 years of marriage husband came home from work he walked in the front door. And the wife greeted him at the front door with a hug and a kiss. And she said ''Honey I have some big news.'' He said ''Oh what's that?'' She said ''Well in a little while there will no longer just be the two of us there'll be an addition to our...

by Rex Yancey

A bachelor wrote a book on rearing children. He entitled it the ten commandments of raising children. He got married and had one child. He changed his book title to ten suggestions for rearing children. He had a second child. He changed the title to helpful hints for rearing children.One man took of poll of what children thought about...

by Patrick Edwards

The church in Galatia during the first century found itself locked in a dispute over whether faith in Jesus is sufficient for salvation. You see as we've discussed before, there were some from the Jewish religion who argued faith was necessary, but by itself could not save a person. Works of the Law, namely obedience to the...

by Robert Dawson

A young couple had been married a few years. One day the husband came home from work to find his wife waiting at the door with a great big hug and kiss with a huge smile on her face. A little taken back the husband asked what was going on. She said she had a big surprise for him. The wife looked at her husband still grinning from ear to ear just giddy with excitement...

by Richard Bradley

Someone once asked Babe Ruth why he got along so well with children and his answer was, ''Because it's really easy for me to get down on their level.'' Despite being a big star, if not the biggest star of his day, the Babe was in many ways just a big kid himself. Because he thought like a kid he knew what kids needed and wanted from...

by J. Gerald Harris

The message this morning has to do with Jesus and the children. The Bible teaches that children are a blessing from God.In Genesis 17:16 God was talking to Abraham concerning his wife Sarah. And God said, "I will bless her, and give thee a son also of her: yea, I will bless her, and she shall be a mother."In Genesis 33 we read that...

by Charles H. Spurgeon

It must be a very great sin indeed to hinder anybody from coming to Christ. He is the only way of salvation from the wrath of God, salvation from the terrible judgment that is due to sin-who would dare to keep the perishing from that way? To alter the signposts on the way to the city of refuge, or to dig a trench across the...

by Stan Coffey

Tonight we are in the book of Galatians, Galatians Chapter 3 and we want to speak tonight about children o f the king. I trust that most everybody here is a child of the king although there may be some tonight and probably are some tonight who are not children of the king and you'll see tonight what a privilege it is if you...

by Johnny Hunt

The emphasis of this text is not on a single act, but something continuous. Notice, the parents brought their children to Jesus. That is what all parents should do, but cannot unless they themselves have first come to Him. Have you come? And are you bringing? This bringing may be regarded as an offering, for it is the...

by Ken Trivette

There is one thing I have learned in the past 23 years; being a father is not an easy job. It is at times a delightful experience, but there are times when it is also a difficult excursion.As every parent knows, parenting is not without it's rewards, but it also not without its responsibilities. It is not without its thrills, but it also not...

by Bob Wickizer

Our Gospel today tells the story of the presentation of Jesus in the Jerusalem temple. We also commemorate this week the day of the “Martyrs of Japan.” I would like to connect these two events in a question that needs to be asked, “Will our children have faith?”We very modern westerners tend to think that the...