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What about families that don't disciple their children?

How can we expect nominal believers to disciple their children?Unfortunately, this is normal.  True biblical discipleship is a rarity in the modern American church.  Rare is the family headed by a godly father who actually sees discipleship as his responsibility.  Rarer still is the man who is equipped for ...

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What do you do with kids from non-christian homes?

Most of the kids in our youth group come from non-christian homes. What does the FIC do with them?This issue is a product of the youth ministry structure.  The reason most youth ministries are filled with unchurched teens from unchurched families is that the structure attracts teens and not ...

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July Walk in Truth Newsletter

  Walk in Truth Newsletter July 2011   In This Issue Featured Article Question of the Month Baucham Family News Event Update Family Discipleship Corner   Featured Article:  Catechism:  The Lost Tool of Family  Discipleship:  Part One,  by Dr. Voddie Baucham, Jr. (From the upcoming book, Family Shepherds, due out in October from ...

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April Walk in Truth Newsletter

  Walk in Truth Newsletter April 2011   In This Issue Featured Article Question of the Month Baucham Family News Event Update Family Discipleship Corner Special Offer   Featured Article:  The Church, The Family, and Discipleship:  Part Two,  by Dr. Voddie Baucham, Jr. (From the upcoming book, Family Shepherds, due out in October ...

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Question of the Month: April 2011

"How does the doctrine of the Sufficiency of Scripture mesh with Paul's acknowledgment of disputable matters (Romans 14:1) and Jesus promise that the Holy Spirit will lead us into all truth (John 16:12-15)? To give specific application to some of the issues you frequently address: Is it ...

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Sam Waldron’s Open Letter On The FIC (Repost In Response To Challies)

A few days ago, Tim Challies posted a link to Sam Waldron’s article on the “Family Based Church Movement” (note:  Challies used the term Family Integrated Church in his post) released on the Reformed Baptist Fellowship blog.  Since Challies, one of the most respected bloggers in the Reformed Christian ...

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Response to Andreas Köstenberger on the FIC

Let me start by saying that I am a fan of Andreas Köstenberger.  I have not only read God, Marriage and Family; I have led small groups in our church using the book.  It is one of the most thorough, biblical treatments of the topic available in our day ...

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Patrimony Espiritual is Here!

Finally!  Family Driven Faith is available in Spanish.  Patrimonio Espiritual is available online, and should be in stores soon.  This is a major breakthrough that we have been praying for for quite some time.  There has been talk about translating the book into a number of languages, but Tyndale was ...

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Govt. Education & the The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America

If you think government education is ‘benign’, think again.  Our school systems are insidious places .  There is no such thing as morally neutral, or theologically neutral education.  All education is discipleship, and every educator is a discipler.  Moreover, no matter where you live, and no matter how many “Christian” teachers ...

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Daddy’s Little Girl (February ’10 Edition)

“STRENGTH AND DIGNITY ARE HER CLOTHING” By Jasmine Baucham   Last summer, I spent a week in Louisiana with a dear friend of mine who was there for the summer nannying for her aunt and uncle. I had never been to New Orleans before, and hadn't seen my friend for ...

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