Men Raising Men Conference-Developing a Family Culture NEW CD SET
CSMM2 -- 5 CDs
This is a conference for all men; men with sons, men with daughters, single men, young men, and old men. As members of the body of Christ men are called to lead, encourage, instruct, discipline, prepare, protect and sacrifice. We need to think harder and bigger about our calling as men so that we might be better equipped to serve our families, churches and world.
"Time, Tide and the Tempest"
Elder Tony Douglas, from All Saints Presbyterian Church, Ft. Worth, TX, opened the
Men Raising Men Conference this year with a challenging talk about the need for
men to redeem the time in the midst of the tempest of life and thereby turn the
tide toward advancing the kingdom of God through their families.
“Conquering the Culture: Life in the Trenches”
Pastor Randy Booth, Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church, Nacogdoches, TX set forth
the grand postmillennial vision that God first showed to Abraham and later to
us (i.e., that God’s people and their descendants would be a blessing to the
world). He then tells us God’s answer to the inevitable question: “How are we
supposed to do that?” God sent Abraham (and us) back to his family to be
faithful in the little things, so that God Himself would bring about the
blessing of conquering the culture.
“A Storied Culture”
Pastor Jeff Niell, All Saints Presbyterian Church, Ft. Worth, TX, demonstrates the
power and importance of stories, biblical stories as well as others, for the
shaping of the family culture. Moreover, he points the way as to how we are to
view our own lives as a part of God’s story and place we have in it.
“Men at Work”
Elder David Alders, from Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church of Nacogdoches, TX, lays
out a vision for why our sons must learn the value of hard work along with the
personal and cultural benefits that flow from faithfully performing our
God-given calling to labor.
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