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7 Reasons Families Should Pray

Posted by NCFIC on Apr. 28, 2016

Thomas Doolittle gives us seven reasons families should pray:

Reason 1

Because we receive every day family-mercies from the hand of God. He loads us daily with His benefits (Ps. 68:19)....


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Profile of the Evangelistic Home - Joel Beeke

Posted by NCFIC on Apr. 21, 2016

Here is a transcript of an exceptional message given by Joel Beeke during the White Unto Harvest ConferenceThe message is titled: "Profile of the Evangelistic Home."...


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The Importance of Family Prayer

Posted by NCFIC on Apr. 19, 2016

Fathers are commanded to read the Word of God to their families, and to instruct them in it. If they are to read the Word of God to their families, then they must pray with them as well. It is critical that families pray together, and Thomas Doolittle in this article titled, "The Word of God and Family Prayer," shows why families must pray...


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The Fear of God and Revival

Posted by NCFIC on Apr. 14, 2016

What happens to a community of ten thousand people if suddenly two thousand of those people begin to walk in the fear of God? The conduct of those people is no longer governed by the eye of the policeman but by the eye of God. The students in the schools conduct themselves not with reference to the teacher's eye but to the eye of God. The...


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Laying Hold of Sabbath Joy

Posted by NCFIC on Apr. 12, 2016

Did you know that the Sabbath was made to secure joy and justice? In Isaiah 56:1-8, we learn that the love of God is secured in the keeping of His commandments. As God’s people take hold of His covenant in the form of the Ten Commandments and keeping the Sabbath for worship, they come to the realization, “For this is the love of God, that...


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Do They Love Family Too Much?

Posted by NCFIC on Apr. 07, 2016

In this video from our 2014 Burnings in the Soul men's luncheon, Jeff Pollard addresses his audience of family-integrated church members and asks, "Do they love family too much?" Pollard stresses that we need to love Christ for who He is:

Christ is beautiful - the Scriptures make that obvious. Christ is holy, Christ is love, Christ is severe,...


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