November 8, 2015
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Jesus was intentional.
- He chose who he invested in (his disciples).
- He prepared others for their future (the last supper).
- Be a credible source to your kids. Do they have a good reason to listen to or believe you?
- Be proactive! A good offense is the best defense.
- Take charge and be your kids’ guide. Are they going to listen to their peers, the marketers, Hollywood, or you?
- Plan meaningful discussions during the activities you already do with your kids (hunting, camping, shopping, road trips, bike rides, etc.)
Jesus was practical. He understood and met people’s many needs (physical, emotional, spiritual, etc.).
Application: Ways to Be Practical in Eight Important Growth Areas
Jesus was eternal.
- He put eternal matters before earthly concerns.
- He prepared for his last moments on earth.
- Focus on activities that will bring eternal rewards.
- Invest in community. Have your life entangle with others.
- Serve with your kids. Put faith into action.
Guest Speaker: Gus Broman www.bridgetoteen.com