Love & Respect

   Without love, our faith becomes futile. This environment recognizes that children need an environment of love and respect in order to be free to both receive and give God’s grace. Innate to this environment is the value that children are respected because they embody the image of God. We must speak to them, not at them, and we must commit to an environment where love and acceptance are never withheld due to one’s behavior.    “In this the love of God was made manifest among us, that God sent his only Son into the world, so that we might live through him. In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins.” 1 John 4:9-10

Without love, our faith becomes futile. This environment recognizes that children need an environment of love and respect in order to be free to both receive and give God’s grace. Innate to this environment is the value that children are respected because they embody the image of God. We must speak to them, not at them, and we must commit to an environment where love and acceptance are never withheld due to one’s behavior.

“In this the love of God was made manifest among us, that God sent his only Son into the world, so that we might live through him. In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins.” 1 John 4:9-10

What does it mean to be a servant?

  This posture of the heart asks the question, “What needs to be done?” It allows the Holy Spirit to cultivate a sensitivity to others and focuses on a cause bigger than one individual life. It helps fulfill the mandate that as Christ-followers we are to view our lives as living sacrifices that we generously give away!    homefrontmag.com

This posture of the heart asks the question, “What needs to be done?” It allows the Holy Spirit to cultivate a sensitivity to others and focuses on a cause bigger than one individual life. It helps fulfill the mandate that as Christ-followers we are to view our lives as living sacrifices that we generously give away! homefrontmag.com

August Family Focus

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"As children and students are challenged to step out of their comfort zone from an early age, they learn to experience a dependence on the Holy Spirit to equip and strengthen them beyond their natural abilities and desires. We believe this environment will cultivate a generation that, instead of seeking comfort, seeks a radical life of faith in Christ."   -HomeFront

April Family Focus

Course Correction - When I get off track God offers me a path to healing

CREATING SPIRITUAL ENVIRONMENTS IN THE HOME IS FOUNDATIONAL FOR CHILDREN'S GROWTH OF SOLID FAITH.  OUR PRAYERS EACH MONTH ARE FOCUSED FOR YOUR FAMILY  AROUND THESE ENVIRONMENTS AND FOR YOUR OWN PATH OF HEALING AND GROUNDED FAITH AS YOU DISCIPLE/LEAD YOUR CHILD.

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THESE ENVIRONMENTS ATTEND AN UPCOMING SPIRITUAL PARENTING WORKSHOP (Resources & Information from HomeFront Magazine & Michelle Anthony.)

  "This environment flows out of Hebrews 12:11–13 and is the direct opposite of punishment. Instead, biblical discipline for a child encompasses a season of pain, the building up in love, and a vision of a corrected path for the individual with the purpose of healing at its core."  HomeFront Magazine.

"This environment flows out of Hebrews 12:11–13 and is the direct opposite of punishment. Instead, biblical discipline for a child encompasses a season of pain, the building up in love, and a vision of a corrected path for the individual with the purpose of healing at its core." HomeFront Magazine.