Parenting In The 21st Century - Premium Sermon Kit | 4-Part

If you're a parent or have played a part in raising someone, you know the weight that comes with preparing a child for their future. Beyond just looking for parenting tips, learning to cast vision for a child's future can take them further than you can ever imagine.

by Andy Stanley (October 2020)

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If you're a parent or have played a part in raising someone, you know the weight that comes with preparing a child for their future. Beyond just looking for parenting tips, learning to cast vision for a child's future can take them further than you can ever imagine.

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MESSAGE TITLES and DESCRIPTIONS
1. Real vs. Ideal
Ideal can seem out of reach, and it sometimes feels easier to put it out of sight.
Part of being a parent is to point our children toward the ideal, while at the same time navigating what is real.


2. Benchmark

Moms and dads dream of a future where their kids become adults and still want to come home regularly to visit.
As parents, there’s something we can do to lay the foundation for that dream to become a reality.


3. Honor Code

When our kids mess up, our tendency is to take something away from them.
However, punishment shouldn't be the end goal of discipline. Restoration should be.


4. A Wock and a Hard Place

If your main goal is your kid's obedience, you're settling for something less than and you're setting yourself up to have anger stirred up regularly.
Instead of obedience being the objective,
there's a long-term target that will go a long way toward winning as a parent.