What does it take to protect your children from ungodly influences? As you think about protecting your kids, consider this: Is it possible to create other problems—even bigger problems—as you shelter them? Bottom line, how can you teach your children to reject the world’s value system . . . but stay involved in the world as Scripture teaches? John MacArthur considers those questions on GRACE TO YOU.
No parent can force his or her child to follow Jesus Christ. But every Christian parent wants an answer to the question . . . What can I do—can I do anything at all—to help my child want to embrace Christ? John MacArthur answers this important question on GRACE TO YOU.
Providing a safe home where they can grow and learn . . . giving them a quality education . . . being a voice of encouragement. Those are a few ways you can show your children that you love them. But what’s the most important way to express love for your kids? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
What do children need most? If you asked that question in a survey, you’d get answers such as . . . a good education . . . positive encouragement . . . unconditional love. Now, those are all good things, even necessary things. But none of them address the most important issue for children . . . namely . . .their need for salvation. So, how can you raise your kids so that—as much as it can depend on you—they’ll commit their lives to Christ?Find out on GRACE TO YOU.
What does the Bible say about our moral condition—even before we’re born? It would be hard to overstate just how important that question is. The answer’s going to affect every aspect of your parenting. Hear more, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
When influential voices try to make it illegal for parents to spank their own children . . . any wonder that Christian parents think twice about how they correct their kids? But instead of looking to government for parenting techniques, I urge you to look to the One who created families—God, and His Word—for counsel on how to discipline the right way. John MacArthur does that today on GRACE TO YOU.
Thousands of American moms and dads—instead of hiring a local tutor to help their child,outsource tutoring to a foreign company which is done over the Internet. But while long-distance education may help your child grow academically . . . you can’t afford to outsource your child’s spiritual training. God intends for that to happen in the home. On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur looks at biblical ways Christian parents can teach godliness to their kids.
Meet financial needs . . . teach your children right from wrong . . . shield your family from harm. Those are essential responsibilities of every husband. But what should a husband’s priority be?Consider that today as John MacArthur continues his series . . .The Fulfilled Family.
“The Buck Stops Here.” A sign with those words sat on President Harry Truman’s desk during his eight years in the Oval Office. The motto symbolized his leadership style. As Truman explained more than once, those words meant there’s no shirking responsibility—someone has to be held accountable.Certainly a good motto for husbands to follow . . . and a biblical one . . . as you’ll see on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
“Love your wives as Christ loved the church”—that biblical standard for husbands couldn’t be higher.How can you ever hope to reach it? Well, the first step is making sure you know what the Bible means by “love.” On this edition of GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur takes you to 1 Corinthians chapter 13, the Bible’s“love chapter,” to show you that love is primarily what a husband does, not what he feels.Our lesson is part of John’s current study . . .The Fulfilled Family.
China, the United States, Russia—three of the most powerful nations on earth. But despite their strength. . . is it possible that those world powers could crumble and fall like ancient Rome or Babylon? And why should the way God dealt with mighty nations in the past encourage Christians today? Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
You’d probably never steal a car . . . falsify an insurance claim . . . cheat on your taxes —or your spouse. You might never let a day go by without studying God’s Word. There may be a long—and commendable—list of things you’d never actually do. But what about the things you think about doing? How are you at controlling your thoughts? Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Martin Luther said, “Just as it’s the business of tailors to make clothes and cobblers to make shoes, so it’s the business of Christians to pray.” Certainly, there’s no more natural response for the believer saved by grace than to praise and worship God in prayer. John MacArthur explains on GRACE TO YOU.
As we look at what the Bible says about the future it not only reminds us of the all-powerful God we serve—it also motivates us to proclaim the gospel while there’s still time. We trust John MacArthur’s message today on GRACE TO YOU will do just that as he continues a compelling look at the end times and God’s control over the nations. Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
You know that Jesus is building His church with a variety of people . . . from different backgrounds . . . with all sorts of personalities and gifts. But is that simply for diversity sake? Or is there more to it—a more profound reason? John MacArthur works through those questions on GRACE TO YOU.