Marriage/Parenting/Singleness Recap

Posted On November 3, 2014

Over the months of September and October, we have posted many articles here at Servants of Grace as part of a series titled “Marriage/Parenting.” The goal of this series has been to help those who are married but don’t have kids to continue to pursue each other and those who are married to excel at parenting by the grace of God.

Marriage and parenting is hard work. The gospel provides the foundation for a healthy marriage. As we conclude this series, I encourage you to look to Jesus– He is all that you need. The writers in this series have endeavored to help you focus your marriage on the gospel with a view to help you grow in the grace of God.

I hope this series has encouraged you, exalted in King Jesus, and has helped you grow in the grace of God.

Here are the articles in order:

1) Connecting The Church and Family by Dr. Brian Cosby

2) Logging Off is Hard to Do: The Proper Balance of Social Media and Godly Parenting by Michael Boling

3) Four Ways Churches Can Equip Families to Rehearse the Gospel by Mathew Sims

4) Communication & Marriage by Matthew Fretwell

5)  5 Mistakes Parents Make by Dan Darling

6) Ten Things Nobody Tells You About Being a Dad by Dan Darling

7) Husbands: Give Yourself to Your Wife by Mike Boling

8) 5 Ways Adult Children Can Honor Their Parents by Dan Darling

9) How to Love and Care for your wife by Dave Jenkins

10) 7 Reasons Husbands Should Pray for Their Wives by Mike Leake

11) Husbands, Love your wives like Christ by Craig Hurst

12) Interview with Greg Gibson on biblical manhood and ministry interview done by Dave Jenkins

13) Parenting With The Promise by Mathew Sims

14) 3 Vital Keys to a Healthy Marriage by Mathew Fretwell

15) Four Marriage Lessons from a Godly Grandmother by Zach Kendrick

16) Your family is not a problem to be solved by Dan Darling

17) How To Lead Family Devotions by Brian Hedges

18) Five Common Mistakes Christian Parents Make by Dan Darling

19) Forty powerful reasons to avoid pornography by Daniel Henderson

20) How We Do Family Worship by Dan Darling

21) Parents: Fight For Your Children by Mike Boling

22) Dealing with the Pornification of Society by Mike Boling

23) New Age Attacks on Children Through Cartoons by Mike Boling

24) Being Quick to Hear, Slow to Speak, and Slow to Anger by Mike Boling

25) Family Worship: Quick Tips for Shepherding Your Family by Mathew Sims

26) 8 Ways To Fight For Purity by Dave Jenkins

27) Jesus Is Better Than Marriage and Singleness by Mathew Sims


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