Search ResultsA Blessing in the Ashes Ash Wednesday is the subject of a collection including a painting, reflection, poem, and other resources. The author writes about the grief of burying her husband and the power of ashes and dust in God's hands....
Would You Bless Our Homes and Families©
God Who Makes Us All One FamilyPD
See more hymns... Families Are Key to the Future of the Church Dave Stone writes that families are key in preserving the story of God. Citing scriptures from the Old and New Testaments, this article is useful for ministry to and within families. Family Matters Fr. Leo Edgar urges the need for prayer when reflecting on the nature of the family, marriage, and related issues, by believers and Synods while practicing mercy and upholding male-female marriage as a lifelong commitment. Families Called to Peace This resource from the United Methodist Church focuses on the theme “Families Called to Peace" and includes worship resources, a retreat plan, and devotional activities to foster a climate of peace in our churches and homes. Family, fear and faith Commenting on Luke 8:21-39, Sarah Henrich notes that Jesus redefined family as those who obey God's word; his disciples were overcome by fear; and the demoniac exercises faith and becomes part of Jesus' family. Family Enrichment Day This commentary is for a Family Enrichment day worship service which connects the themes in Ruth 1:1-17 of commitment and suffering to our experiences today. This resource includes a biblical commentary and preaching notes. Family as Ministry The family is a ministry that builds upon the gift of a God-centered covenant. In this article, Efrem Smith introduces the biblical concept of family as a ministry based on Genesis 12. Families, Moms, God's Great Love The Bible provides a rich assortment of family circumstances. This prayer, written for Mother's Day, petitions God for healing in our hearts to keep loving and forgiving our families, as God's family has done through generations.... Family Matters A reflection by Howard Hovde on the Jacob and Esau narrative in Genesis and how family conflicts, if undealt with, infect our future lives and creep into our other relationships.