Posts Tagged "Parenting"

Thumbs Up to the Future

This past Sunday my son, Micah, stood before the congregation to publicly confirm his faith.  Here’s an excerpt of what he shared as his personal faith statement …  “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future,” Jeremiah 29:11 (ESV).                 This verse has helped me countless times; it gives me hope when I am...

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Time with Your Teen

Parents often lament the trials of raising a teen.  They complain that they just don’t know their child anymore.  It’s very easy for parents to become separated from their teen-aged children.  Those teens are torn by so many feelings as they’re trying to fit in with peers, obey parents, have fun, succeed in life, accept their body and honor God … all at the same time.  It’s not surprising when parents become...

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A Father’s Day Gift

Hi everyone! First let me introduce myself.  I am not Pastor Biermann; I’m his fifteen year old daughter Hannah.  This Father’s Day instead of giving Dad a tangible present, I decided to write this blog entry for him. My Dad doesn’t just teach people about sacrificial, unconditional and incarnational love, he lives it every day.  He shows these types of love through his actions and words.  He’s not perfect but he tries to model how...

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Moms’ Night Out

Last night Heather and I had the privilege of viewing a pre-release screening of a new movie called  Moms’ Night Out.  This comedy was full of laughs as it showed many realities of motherhood and family life.  It’ll be a great movie to see when it comes out on Mother’s Day weekend.  I encourage husbands to treat their wives by taking them or allowing them to go with some other moms. WARNING!  The movie also had some...

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Life in God’s Way

How Marriage in God’s Way Shapes a Complete Christian Worldview