Tag Archive: Family Worship

Leading our Children to Christ – Part 1, Whose Job Is It Anyway?
Posted April 29th, 2018 by Mike Hubbard

This is the first of a series of blogs for parents on how they can be involved in leading their children to faith in Jesus.  Seeing our children come to Christ and then grow as disciples is the single most important task we have as parents.  In this series we hope to challenge you, encourage […]

Family Devotion for Christmas Day – Camping Survival Pack
Posted December 24th, 2013 by Mike Hubbard

Christmas camping survival kit-Christmas Day devotion We handed these out at our Christmas Eve service, but also wanted to put this on the blog in case you could not attend or didn’t get home with the bag.  You will need the following for the devotion: Some beans or seeds A few paper towels and a […]

Family Worship for Christmas Day
Posted December 23rd, 2011 by Mike Hubbard

FAMILY WORSHIP FOR CHRISTMAS DAY This year Christmas is on a Sunday.  That created a little tension, since generally our church meets on Sunday.  As we considered our options, we wanted to do what was best for families.  We would like to encourage your family to join in our church’s worship on Christmas morning.  We […]

Puritan Family Lessons
Posted October 15th, 2010 by Mike Hubbard

The Resurgence posted this blog today on the Puritan’s convictions about family worship and the need for families to see themselves as a little church.  Loved the thoughts here, and saw application to Genesis families.  As a church, our philosophy is that the primary location for training kids is the home, and we are here […]