God’s Wisdom for Family Relationships

by | Sep 15, 2022 | Relationships | 0 comments

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Do the relationships inside your home feel stormy?

Then maybe you can relate to the Ephesian church. When Paul wrote them a letter of admonishment and encouragement, he recognized things were stormy (Eph. 4:25-31).

Falsehood. Anger. Corrupting talk. Bitterness. Wrath. Clamor. Slander.

And sometimes our homeschooling days can have their fill of these things, too.

But the good news? God’s grace and power are MORE than enough to equip us to walk in love. We CAN walk as children of light, making the best use of the time, giving thanks, and doing the will of God from the heart (Eph. 5). And we can lead our children to do the same!

God’s truth is available for us today, just as when Paul shared it with the Ephesians; and that’s what the Homeschool Family Relationships Summit 2.0 – coming this October 10-15, 2022 – is all about. We will be urged (and equipped!) to find God’s wisdom for our closest relationships so we can communicate with truth and grace, strengthen our unity even through conflict, and lead our families to become world-changing forces for the kingdom of God, through the power of the Holy Spirit.

All the video sessions, with top Christian homeschooling and parenting speakers and authors, bring a Christ-centered focus to these topics:

  • Biblical Relationships
  • Marriage
  • Parent/Child Relationships
  • Sibling and Peer Relationships
  • Your Family and the World

The entire event is FREE if you sign up by October 10th; and in addition to the video sessions, you’ll also get access to an online exhibit hall (with exclusive discounts and freebies) and a private Facebook group to connect with attendees from across the world.

By God’s grace, you’ll walk away from the Homeschool Family Relationships Summit 2.0 with a fresh start for Christ-centered, healthy relationships right in your home.

Don’t wait! Learn more and register for free (for a limited time only!) at ChristianFamilyReformation.com/relationships.

All for our King’s glory,

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