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Questions? Answered. Live Marriage Q & A, Part 2

  Tomorrow after the sermon, Shannon and I will be answering your questions live once again. We do not claim to be experts, however we both know how helpful insight from a seasoned couple can be. Our goal is to bring greater light on how God’s Word applies to your every day marriage. Get a head start on your questions and email them to QandA@harvestroc.org. Your questions will be anonymous. We look forward to serving you in this way. We will also be answering questions following our upcoming sermons on marriage and parenting. You are loved!

By |October 7th, 2017|Tags: |

Questions? Answered. Live Marriage Q & A Tomorrow!

Has this series on marriage stirred up more questions than answers for you? Good! Tomorrow after the sermon, Shannon and I will be answering your questions live. We do not claim to be experts, however we both know how helpful insight from a seasoned couple can be. Our goal is to bring greater light on how God's Word applies to your every day marriage. Get a head start on your questions and email them to QandA@harvestroc.org. Your questions will be anonymous. We look forward to serving you in this way. We will also be answering questions following our upcoming sermons on marriage and parenting. You are loved!  

By |September 23rd, 2017|Tags: , |

What I Should Have Said…

There’s a comedian named Mike Birbiglia. He is a terrific story teller. He has a bit wherein he is telling a story. At the moment that everything can go wrong he says, “What I should have said…was nothing.” And then he tells us how he did exactly the opposite. Thinking back on “How to Become a Man Worth Following, Part 1” from last week, I feel somewhat like that. Although, if I were to say it my way, it would be “What I should have said…was the Gospel.” But instead, I said nothing. Confused? Let me clarify. CHANGED BY THE GOSPEL Men, you took some heavy shots on Sunday. My goal is never to bully but to push you towards godliness. Let me be clear: there is nothing I am apologizing for. If you walked away from Sunday convicted, saying to yourself, “I am not a man worth following,” praise God. However, if you walked away thinking, “Check! I’m good on all fronts!” Then you’ve got more you need to work on than you realize. The humble think they need the most work, and the proud think they need little work at all.“Whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and whoever humbles himself

By |September 20th, 2017|Tags: , , , , , |

5 Tips for Family Worship and Devotions

MAKING WORSHIPERS AT HOME We finished up our All For You series this past weekend! If you missed it, I encourage you to keep up on the conversation God is having with us through His Word by catching up here:   We talked for a while about making worshipers in our homes, and Dads: I put you under the gun a bit there (for which I do not apologize), but I also realize I may not have given you the strategies that you may find helpful in your desire to cultivate a culture of worship in your home. To that end, I pray this equips you, both mothers and fathers, those doing it together and those doing it alone. Here are 5 tips to successful family worship in your home PRAY If you are anything like us, you have experienced those moments where you say to yourself, “why in the world am I doing this?…These kids don’t care…This is a useless exercise…” At least I hope I am not alone in this! Listen: Jesus’ greatest desire for your home is the same as yours, namely to have a house full of worshipers. But if you go at it on your

By |March 2nd, 2017|