KID CEO (3 OF 5)

by Fred Lowery

This content is part of a series.

Raising Spiritual Champions
Fred Lowery
Ephesians 5:1, 25: Ephesians 6:1; Titus 2:7; James 2:14; Romans 13:14

Who is in charge at your house? You say, well, my wife. Or is it your child? Or is it your children? How many of you want the best for your children and your grandchildren? All of us would raise our hands. We want the best for our children and for our grandchildren so the question is, What is the best? So, what I tried to do last week was to tell you what is the best thing you can do for your children and if you missed last week, get the cd because building a biblical world message into the heart, mind and soul of your children, giving them the opportunity to know God, the opportunity to receive Christ into their lives and to become a fully devoted follower of Jesus Christ, spiritual champions -- that is absolutely the greatest thing you can do for your children. You want the build the right stuff into their lives. Today we look inside the home and deal with something called role reversal that is causing devastating results in the lives of so many families. You know, we live in a strange world, and the school system, of course, not in our school system, but the teacher is afraid of the principle, the principle is afraid of the superintendent, the superintendent is afraid of the school board, the school board is afraid of the parents, and the parents are afraid of the children, and the children aren't afraid of anybody. Kids CEO - Kids CEOs who are actually running things. There was a seminar on parenting and the first question came from a man and he said, "I have a four year old daughter and she is running my house. What can I do? People were nodding their heads across the room in affirmation that he was not the only one who had a child's CEO running the house. Pastor Ed Young says that kids are intoxicated with power and they have become CEOs of the family corporation. When they become CEOs of the family corporation, all kin ...

There are 31500 characters in the full content. This excerpt only shows a 2000 character sample of the full content.

Price:  $4.99 or 1 credit