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Fathering with Faith: Lessons from Biblical Characters


In this week's insightful message, Pastor Alan Young delves into the topic of fatherhood, guiding us through the lives of six biblical characters: Adam, Noah, Abraham, Job, Jebonadab, and Jairus. By brilliantly relating to his own personal experience, Pastor Alan also highlighted their experiences to impart valuable lessons on how to father our children. Pastor Alan illuminates their stories as timeless examples of fatherhood. Through their experiences, we gain valuable insights and practical wisdom to become intentional fathers who shape our children's lives with love and purpose.


Here are a few extra tips to take with you this week:

1. Adam - Cultivating a Relationship of Love and Guidance

  • Reflecting on Adam's role as the first father in human history, Pastor Alan emphasizes the significance of cultivating a relationship of love and guidance with our children. Just as Adam walked intimately with God in the Garden of Eden, we are called to foster an open and loving connection with our children, guiding them with wisdom and nurturing their spiritual growth.

2. Noah - Leading with Faith and Diligence

  • Examining the life of Noah, Pastor Alan highlights the importance of leading our children with faith and diligence. Like Noah, who obediently built the ark and trusted in God's provision, we are called to model unwavering faith, teach our children the value of obedience to God's commands, and equip them to stand firm in their convictions even when facing adversity.

3: Abraham - Instilling Values of Faith and Sacrifice

  • Through the example of Abraham, Pastor Alan emphasizes the importance of instilling values of faith and sacrifice in our children. Just as Abraham demonstrated profound faith by following God's call and sacrificing Isaac, we are called to teach our children the essence of trusting God and prioritizing His will above all else, even when it requires personal sacrifice.

4: Job - Providing Unconditional Love and Support

  • Reflecting on Job's story, Pastor Alan underscores the significance of providing unconditional love and support for our children. Despite facing immense trials, Job remained steadfast in his love and care for his family. As fathers, we are called to create a safe and nurturing environment where our children feel loved, supported, and encouraged to pursue their dreams.

5: Jebonadab - Passing Down a Legacy of Righteousness

  • Examining the life of Jebonadab, Pastor Alan highlights the importance of passing down a legacy of righteousness to our children. Just as Jebonadab influenced his descendants to live righteously, we are called to model a godly lifestyle and teach our children the values of integrity, righteousness, and a genuine devotion to God.

6: Jairus - Trusting God during Challenges

  • Through the story of Jairus, Pastor Alan emphasizes the significance of trusting God during challenges. Jairus exhibited unwavering faith when he sought Jesus to heal his daughter, teaching us the importance of relying on God's power and grace in every situation. As fathers, we are called to teach our children to trust God wholeheartedly and seek His guidance and strength in times of need.

In conclusion, Pastor Alan Young's message in "Fathering with Purpose: Lessons from Biblical Characters" provides profound insights and practical guidance for fathers seeking to raise their children with love, faith, and purpose. Drawing from the lives of Adam, Noah, Abraham, Job, Jebonadab, and Jairus, we learn the importance of cultivating a loving relationship, leading with faith and diligence, instilling values of sacrifice and righteousness, providing unconditional love and support, and trusting God in all circumstances. May we embrace these lessons and become intentional fathers who leave a lasting legacy in our children's lives, shaping them into individuals who reflect God's love and character.



🌟Be sure to listen to the entire message and study the whole chapter of the reference scriptures in your spare time.


We'll see you in service next week



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