We are exactly half-way through Home Free, our family series. It’s been great so far, and it’s generated lots of discussion.
If you’ve missed any part of Home Free you can catch up (for free) with our iTunes audio podcast, iTunes video podcast or online. And don’t forget the small group or individual discussion questions that come with each message.
But I’ll bet you have questions about family, right? Situations you’re facing, issues we didn’t cover, only partially covered, or issues we raised but that left you with more questions than answers.
Questions we’ve addressed so far in the series include:
- How do I make the best use of the time I have available with my kids? (Part One)
- How do I make sure I have a great relationship with my kids when they get older (Part One)
- What do I do if my kids are grown? Do I still have influence? (Part One and Two)
- What are the implications of centering our home around our kids? (Part Two)
- How do I learn to say no to my kids? (Part Two)
- How do I set appropriate boundaries with my kids? (Part Two)
- What role does family play in my life if I’m not married, don’t have kids or my kids are grown? (Part Three)
- How can I find more positive influences for my child or teen? (Part Three)
In the last three parts of the series we’re going to address:
- How to integrate faith into every day family life.
- How a parent’s character and integrity impact a child or teen’s development.
- How to approach technology and social media with your kids
Believe it or not, the Bible addresses all these subjects.
So…having seen the list, I would think you’ve got questions. Here’s what we’ll do with them. I’ll answer them either here on the blog or I’ll address them in the remaining three weeks of Home Free.
We’ve designed Home Free to be an ongoing, relevant, helpful resource for you for years to come. The more we hear from you…the better the series will become. So we’ve set aside some time to answer your questions.
What’s on your mind? We’d love to help!