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June 9, 2020

How to Teach Children Biblical Truth

John and Danny discuss how to involve younger children in serving the church and community.

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Is it Your Job to Make Your Child Happy?

Parenting is a marathon, and it’s helpful to keep the end goal in mind: you’re preparing your kids for adulthood. John and Danny discuss the dangers of believing your primary job is to make your child happy. Featuring Dr. David Clarke.

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Getting a Handle On Godly Discipline

There’s so much conflicting advice on the internet about correcting your child’s misbehavior – but what does the Bible teach about godly discipline? John and Danny offer practical, Bible-based advice. Featuring guest Dr. David Clarke.

Focus on Parenting Podcast

Is it Your Job to Make Your Child Happy?

Parenting is a marathon, and it’s helpful to keep the end goal in mind: you’re preparing your kids for adulthood. John and Danny discuss the dangers of believing your primary job is to make your child happy. Featuring Dr. David Clarke.

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