“Mom – Associate Professor of Applied Theology” Sunday Service 2021 May 9 (9:30 AM in the GYM and 9:45 AM Live Stream)

Pastor Don White was out for a family emergency when this sermon was originally intended (April 11), so we’re getting this week now that he’s back and ready to go.
You are invited to experience, view or listen to our Sunday morning sermon in one of 5 ways.
1) Participate in our onsite worship service in the GYM which begins at 9:30 AM, SUNDAY at 3757 Mill Street.
2) Watch live on the church Facebook page at 9:45 AM, SUNDAY by going to: facebook.com/srcmarion  There are announcement slides and music at the start of the stream while we wait for the right time to join the service in progress.  Please “like” our Facebook page for future notifications.
3) Watch the same recording later on Facebook at a time more convenient for you: facebook.com/srcmarion
4) Watch the same recording later on our newly created YouTube channel. Just type in “Second Reformed Church of Marion” when you go to youtube.com  Or you can click on this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo3ZNP8OgRarSQXfqzGcn-Q
5) Listen to the audio recording and see sermon outline on our church website: sermons.srcmarion.org

Title: Mom – Associate Professor of Applied Theology at Home University

Text: Deuteronomy 6:1-9

Theme: Teach your children to love God with all their being & doing.

  1. The Lord makes handing down the Faith to our children part of our following Him, part of our loving & _____________ Him.
    1. It shows the importance to Him that our children would know Him…
    2. Sad: some who claim faith in Christ don’t follow the Faith in this part.
  2. Some unique ways we bless our children when we raise them to know, love & ___________ the Lord.
    1. I’m reflecting on His promise to those who so live as v. 3a directs.
    2. The best blessing we offer our children is that they may know Him personally as loving Father, faithful Savior & forever friend.


Questions for Further Reflection:

  • What are some of the very best gifts we can give our mothers or spiritual mothers to reflect our love for them and gratitude to them?
    • Hint: Exodus 20:12; Proverbs 1:9; 10:1; 22:6; 23:22; 31:28; Luke 2:51; I Timothy 5:4; II Timothy 3:15.
  • Is it ever too late to start training up our children to know the Lord?
  • How does a consciousness we live on the edge of eternity affect our raising our children or help with our grandchildren’s upbringing?