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We are excited to share this tool with your Legacy-building home. Each week, we will provide a series of weekend-sermon-based talking points that you, as parents, can introduce into your spiritual dialogue at home.
  • Pay attention to the sermon.
  • If you missed it (or any part of it), watch it here.
  • Follow up the Sermon you heard with this page. You can open it on your device or print the document to keep on your dining room table, kitchen counter, etc.
  • Bookmark this page and we will update it each Monday before 5 p.m.

Week of 5/6/18

Inspire, Instruct & Instill these biblical truths with your family. Talk and pray through these items during the week.

Prepared by Jeff Footer
SBC staff member and experienced youth/family pastor

 Unless the Lord builds the house, those who build it labor in vain.
Psalm 127:1

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Building a Vision. Why is this important?

“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.”
Matthew 5:9

“He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?”
Micah 6:8

Building a Biblical foundation. Teaching to know and to follow God.

Sunday Morning Bible Study: The Big Idea
A peacemaker is someone who has an inward peace with God, who strives to 
help others also be at peace with God and others. It is the peace, love, stability, humility, and self-control that we have from our relationship with God overflowing into the lives of others. Peacemaking does not mean avoiding conflict. It does mean dealing with conflict with Godly wisdom and extending God’s grace in order to bring about resolution.

  • Is there peace in your family?
  • What can you do to show love and humility to someone in order to bring peace?
  • Would seeing the peace of God in you help “your one” seek their own peace with God?

Building a Legacy. Passing faith to the next generation.

Sunday Morning Sermon: The Big Idea
The goal of the Christian life is being faithful to God. Walking with God does 
not mean that He comes alongside of us in order to help us. Walking with God means that we seek God in order to come alongside of Him, living a life that is pleasing to Him, and working to build His Kingdom. You are either walking with God or walking away from God.

  • What do you hope to accomplish today (tomorrow)?
  • Are the goals of your life simply to live out a comfortable existence, or are you actively seeking to be conformed into the image Christ?
  • Where is your path taking you?