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Too Many Rules?
Theme of the Week: How to Be a Good Dad
Thursday, July 24, 2014

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Key Bible Verse: Fathers, don't over-correct your children or make it difficult for them to obey the commandment [to 'honor your father and your mother']. Bring them up with Christian teaching in Christian discipline. (Ephesians 6:4, Phillips)

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Prayer for the Week
Heavenly Father, my children truly are gift s from you. Forgive me for those times I've neglected these precious gifts in my pursuit of other things. Help me to begin each day with a desire to be a good dad.

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Curt Schleicher

July 24, 2014  10:21am

Allow your children to find successes in obedience rather than failure in disobedience. By being role models in daily life. Have mercy be the overriding policy governing all rules. Overall,keep it simple and understandable. i'm definitely not saying these principles will work in all families, but , in general, they'll provide a good framework to start from.

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ANTHONY Swaggerty

July 24, 2014  6:14am

Amen to this word, it is so needed. Thanks again M.O.I. for the intuitiveness of these words all together based on biblical principles... Anthony

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