This weekend, we will turn the focus toward ourselves. We will learn about how those cognitive and developmental changes continue over time. We will also have the chance to learn about spiritual changes and how we can strive to stay close to God in every changing season of life. This weekend’s message is titled “LIFE SPAN.”
Parenting IQ: Introduction by Dr. Abidan Shah
This weekend, we will lay a foundation for our understanding of brain development as a whole. Much more than just parenting, we as believers should work toward a biblical understanding of how our minds grow and mature. This will help us be better parents, mentors, counselors, and followers of God!
Train Up a Child (Article) by Abidan Paul Shah
Repeatedly, the Bible commands us to treat children with the utmost respect and care. This requires that we understand that what they truly deserve and desire from us is right training. Proverbs 22:6 lays out the 4 non-negotiables in this process.
Training Part Two by Pastor Abidan Shah
This weekend’s message is a continuation of “TRAINING” from last weekend. We are continuing to look at God’s design for raising children. This week, we will be looking at Psalm 50. God is commanding believers to not assume they can speak for Him or understand His nature. He is God and their assumptions of His character are insulting and sinful.
Parents Behaving Badly by Pastor Abidan Shah
Unfortunately, we live in a time where it's not just the children who do the unthinkable, but also some parents. They make choices and live in such a way that embarrasses the children.
Train Up a Child by Pastor Abidan Shah
We will be focusing on the characters of Esau and Jacob. They were both born in the same home but with different bents. Why does that happen? Why is it that kids growing up in the same home turn out so different? This message will help us deal with this question. It will also teach us seek God’s grace in parenting. We desperately need it!
Children That Bring Delight by Pastor Abidan Shah
In this weekend’s message titled “Children That Bring Delight,” we will see what the Trinity has to say about being children who honor their parents.