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Ministering to Families

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Family is a central theme in the Bible. Maybe it should be in your church as well.
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  • Each person reflects the image of God, but family relationships more deeply reflect the relational aspects of the Trinity. Distinct, but unified. Earthly family relationships teach us about heavenly ones: God as Father, brothers and sisters in Christ, adopted into God's family we are the bride of Christ. Family is also the primary place for growth, care, maturity, and learning about the Savior. Does your church empower all types of families to be what God created them to be? If not, it's time.

Family is a central theme in the Bible. Maybe it should be in your church as well.

Ministering to Families

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Ron: Family is a central theme in the Bible. Maybe it should be in your church as well.

Announcer: For FamilyLife Blended®, here’s Ron Deal.

Ron: I mean think about it. Each person reflects the image of God, but family relationships more deeply reflect the relational aspects of the Trinity. Distinct, but unified. And then there’s this. Earthly family relationships teach us about heavenly ones: God as Father, brothers and sisters in Christ, adopted into God’s family we are the bride of Christ. Family is also the primary place for growth, care, maturity, and learning about the Savior.

Does your church empower families—all types of families—to be what God created them to be? If not, maybe it’s time. For FamilyLife Blended I’m Ron Deal.

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