The word “provoke” can carry a positive or a negative connotation. The word “provoke” means “to call into action; to move; to stir up.” As parents, we are constantly provoking our children - either positively or negatively.
Do you desire that your children grow up to love God, respect the things of God, and live godly lives that glorify Christ? I can assure you, it will not happen by accident. As parents, you must have an intentional, biblical strategy for raising up children that love the Lord and live godly lives.
We live in a world that specializes in telling lies to our children. Children are inundated with false and destructive ideas constantly. There is only one way to overcome this. Parents must provoke their children to love the truth of God's Word! In this series, you'll learn how.
Each lesson includes:
• Free audio of Pastor Dan's teaching
• A Bible study handout for the lesson
• Pastor Dan's personal notes
You can download the complete set of notes here:
|Date||Bible Passage||Sermon Title (Click to View)||Speaker|
|6/7/2009||Proverbs 2||Provoking Our Children To Love The Truth||Dan Proctor|
|6/14/2009||Provoking Our Children To Embrace Righteousness||Dan Proctor|
|6/21/2009||Romans 6:12-13; Galatians 5:16-25||Teaching Our Children To Live Lives Of Surrender - Part 1||Dan Proctor|
|6/21/2009||Teaching Our Children To Live Lives Of Surrender - Part 2||Dan Proctor|