Returning to God’s Design for Communicating the Gospel in the Church

Posted by NCFIC on Aug. 29, 2016

The Mission of the National Center for Family Integrated Churches:
 

1. Proclaim the sufficiency of scripture for church and family life
2. Promote the centrality of the church in God’s plan for families
3. Recover the biblical doctrines of manhood and womanhood in church and family life
4. Explain the complementary roles of church and...

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How The Fear of God is a Gift

Posted by NCFIC on Aug. 29, 2016

How is the fear of God a gift to us?

Craig Houston explains in this video that while the fear of man ensnares us, the fear of God is a gift because it restrains us from sin. As a Christian, we don’t want to shipwreck our faith.

Thankfully, God has given us His Spirit to help us resist sin. He also uses other means to restrain us from...


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Come Grow in the fear of God - Early Bird Pricing Ends in 6 Days!

Posted by NCFIC on Aug. 26, 2016

Please consider joining us at the Fear of God conference this October 27-29th.

You may be thinking, “Oh, I already know about the fear of God. Why do I need to go?” Let’s take a moment and think about the condition of our own hearts, churches, families, and nations in regards to the fear of God: There has never been another point in...


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Gossip and the Fear of God in the Church

Posted by NCFIC on Aug. 26, 2016

How should the fear of God affect the way we interact with those who gossip and slander within the church?

Mala Chindongo explains in this video that when individuals spread gossip or slander about others in the church, those people should be afraid of and fear God. God loves those individuals and consequently will discipline individuals who...


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Join me Live at 5:00pm EST as we discuss the book of Philemon.

Posted by NCFIC on Aug. 25, 2016

Philemon shows how love works in the church when someone is wronged. Can there be love when someone steals from another church member or wrongs them in some way? Onesimus, the slave of Philemon in Colossae was an unfaithful servant, a deserter and a thief. Ungrateful, he fled his master, Philemon. Can there be love between Philemon (a...


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When There Is No Fear of God in Civil Leaders

Posted by NCFIC on Aug. 25, 2016

What are the effects of a civil magistrate who has no fear of God?

Paul Thompson explains in this video that a civil magistrate who has no fear of God has no interest in the things of God. Those under his jurisdiction will reap the negative impact of being under that authority. This civil magistrate has no awareness of the sovereignty of God...


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Don’t Shrug Your Shoulders at God

Posted by NCFIC on Aug. 23, 2016

In Isaiah 66:14-24 - the final section of Isaiah - people are looking at a spectacle. It is a picture of His people seeing two things: In the previous verses, they see the blessings of having a mother, the church, feeding them and the Lord Himself comforting them. There are two things that are happening in the world. God is blessing His...


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Clarence Simmons on His Greatest Fear

Posted by NCFIC on Aug. 22, 2016

As a pastor, how should the fear of God affect how you shepherd your church?

Clarence Simmons explains that God will hold men accountable for not only how they handled the Word of God but also how they shepherded the people of God. One of our greatest fears should be deviating from Scripture.

Being in ministry is the most joyful and...


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