Establishing a Godly Home - Joshua 24:15b (Notes)
Understanding Discipline - Various Passages (Notes)
Developing a Discipleship Plan - Deuteronomy 6:4-9 (Notes)
Parenting Children in Rebellion - Genesis 4:1-15 - Ken Bevel (Notes)
Societal Trends, Role Reversal, and a Need for Biblical Modeling Among the Sexes, Part 1 - Genesis 1:27 (Notes)
Societal Trends, Role Reversal, and a Need for Biblical Modeling Among the Sexes, Part 2 - Genesis 1:27 (Notes)
Each stage of life is filled with new opportunities and challenges. Whether you're single, married, divorced, or widowed, a new parent or grandparent, starting a new career or entering retirement, we need to be equipped for each stage of life. Believers are called to seek God’s will, walk wisely, and live faithfully. And just about the time you get a handle on your current stage, everything changes. While the first half of life brings more at every turn, the second half of life reclaims much of what has been given.God designed this equipping – or discipleship – to happen primarily in the home. How can the church support believers to live well and train their families to do the same? What are the truths, habits, and disciplines that help us run the race well? Scripture addresses all matters of faith and practice.
Paul is the senior pastor of Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, GA. He received a B.A. in world religions from the University of Georgia, a M.Div. in biblical languages from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D in Christian counseling from Adonai University. In the past 14 years, he has been a part of planting eight churches (five in pioneer areas). Paul has worked extensively as a counselor. In addition to numerous discipleship resources, he has published three books including Eight Questions and the God Who’s Asking, Christ Is All You Need, and 1 Samuel. Paul has been married to Brea Bell for 21 years, and they have two daughters (Shana and Kaylee).