Tag Archives : discipleship

The Blessing of a New School Year

The summer is flying by and school will be starting in the next few weeks for most of our children. We will be shopping for supplies, new clothes, etc., to make sure our children are off to a great start for the next year of their education. As I began to think about the hustle […]

When you’re running in circles…

Has there ever been a season in your life where you felt you were running in circles? Or…maybe you are just so busy that you haven’t been able to come up for air?   That’s been the case for us the last few weeks. Jaymi has been busy with events for the students in our […]

What If I Didn’t? 1

“For He established a testimony in Jacob, and appointed a law in Israel, Which He commanded our fathers, that they should make them known to their children; That the generation to come might know them, the children who would be born, That they may arise and declare them to their children, that they may set […]

Biblical Grandparenting

Our nation is in trouble…

Dr. Fred Luter, current president of the Southern Baptist Convention, began his time at D6 trying to communicate that “our nation is in trouble.” The explanation of his opinion was centered around the premise that, “Satan is the enemy of God, and therefore the enemy of everything that God made. The family has been under […]

Changing for the next generation

Mike Glenn, pastor of Brentwood Baptist Church in Brentwood, Tennessee, was our third main event speaker for D6 2012.  His topic was “Family Ministry Model and Young Adult Ministry.”  A lot of Pastor Glenn’s message for the conference revolved around his church’s experiences since launching a Young Adults ministry through their church on Tuesday evenings […]