Archive for July, 2009

Yielded Followership #12 – Man Is the Head of the Home under Christ

Monday, July 20th, 2009

Following with what God assigns to the man in the Garden of Eden before the woman was created, we can understand how his role is shaped to lead the entire family, not just his wife. In this lesson, we examine some very basic teachings directly from the first chapters of Genesis regarding a father’s responsibility to lead his sons and daughters.

Genesis 1:28 – The 5 Blessings of Genesis 1:26-28: What Do They Mean?

Monday, July 20th, 2009

We examine another “layer” of this foundational passage. We focus primarily on “be fruitful,” “multiply,” and “fill the earth” in this lesson. We address an area that the Christian church has largely or altogether rejected: the blessing of bearing children.

Yielded Followership #11 – Man Is the Head of Woman Under Christ

Monday, July 13th, 2009

The man has been designed by God to be the leader, and assigned by God to be the leader. The man is to lead in the home, the church, the work place, and in the government.

The Christian’s Anchor: How to Stay Calm in Life’s Storms

Monday, July 13th, 2009

Our rest and hope is not in our circumstances. Our confidence is based upon who God is and what He does. That is the essence of rejoicing in the Lord – resting in His identity and activity. In this study we look at ineffective anchors, and God’s prescription for holding fast in the rough circumstances of life.

Yielded Followership #10 – Key Passages on the Woman’s Responsibility to Yield to Her Husband

Monday, July 6th, 2009

We cover key passages in the Old and New Testaments regarding God’s original design for the woman/man relationship that remains constant throughout the Bible.

Genesis 1:26-28 – The 5 Blessings of Genesis 1:26-28: What Are They?

Monday, July 6th, 2009

What is the nature of these 5 blessings? Many today discount them or try to explain them away as some optional choice. However, they have much broader and deeper characteristics. This overview suggests that these 5 imperatives are all of the following: Authorizations (giving us the RIGHT to do these things); Blessings (granting us the privilege to do these things); Commands (requiring us to do these things); Directions (instilling a path that we will follow as a human race); and Enablements (the ability, capacity, and desire to do these things).