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Turning the hearts of men to God

Equipping Men With Tools for Life

It’s A Matter of Identity: Who are you?

When a child doesn?t know who he is, who he belongs to, or where his power source lies, he is left searching for someone to imitate. Insights from the Identity Principles helps parents understand God?s plan for preparing the next generation for life. You’ll learn how to “seal” your child?s identity and secure their heart.

The Calling Out of Sons: What’s a Father to Do?

For generations, fathers have done the best they could with what they had. But what many didn’t have was vision for what to do with their sons. Hopefully this session will have a generational effect as fathers learn how to help their sons transition from boyhood to manhood. This message also explains why many in this generation struggle in marriage and parenting.

God’s Blueprint for Blessing the Family: Home-based Discipleship

Do you want to build a godly legacy that will last generations? Norm shows God’s plan for preparing the next generation for the Lord with an overview of a century of biblical history. The Spirit of Elijah, the Holy Spirit, turns the hearts of men to God, their wives, and their children so that the next generation may be prepared to walk with God.

Living With An Eternal Perspective: The Key to Wisdom

Are you training your children to live in the here-and-now, according to what they can see and touch, or are you teaching and demonstrating the power and wisdom of living with an eternal perspective? This message will transform the way you live each day and encourage you and your family to experience the presence and power of God needed to walk in His wisdom and blessing.

Anchored in Christ: Building on the Solid Rock

One of the goals of home-based discipleship is giving your children a firm foundation upon which to live their lives. Anchored in Christ reveals why the gospel is the power of God for salvation-a salvation that’s much more than “going to heaven when you die.” The gospel taught and lived should be a daily subject in your home. You’ll learn the four words that sum up all of life with Jesus Christ, and they are… (Based on his book Anchored in Christ).

Optional Sunday morning message for church worship service

Equipped to Love: Building a Legacy of God’s Love

Everyone knows they ought to love, but not everyone knows how. The greatest hindrance to building a legacy of God?s love is the spirit of idolatry. Idolatry is the world’s counterfeit to God’s kind of love. Norm gives practical insight into one of the greatest challenges facing homeschooling families–loving relationships. Marriages and parent/child relationships may be healed and strengthened as a result of these truths. (Based on his book, Equipped to Love).

Fathers: Heads of Households

How to Be God’s Forerunners for the Next Generation

Like John the Baptist was the forerunner for Jesus Christ to the nation of Israel, parents are the forerunners for Jesus Christ to their children. Learn what the responsibilities are of a forerunner and how to prepare the way of the Lord in the hearts of your children.

Leading With Vision

According to Proverbs 29:18, where there is no vision, the people are unrestrained. Have you ever considered the impact of that truth when it comes to leading your household? You’ll learn how to be a visionary leader of your household as Norm explains important vision principles.

In Search of Happiness: World-Proofing our Children

Most everyone feels a need to perform, cope with life’s problems, and be happy. If parents understand how to lead their children to God’s power for these things, their children wouldn’t be as vulnerable and susceptible to the ways and vices offered by the world. This equips parents to lead their children past the destructive pitfalls of the world into a faith in God.

Heart Maintenance: Keeping Their Hearts Turned to You

One of the dangers of being a head of household is overlooking the importance of maintaining the heart direction of your child. What does that mean? Why is the child’s heart so important? How does a father care for a child’s heart? This message, filled with personal experiences and practical suggestions will answer these questions and more.

Jurisdictional Leadership: Finding Your Place in God’s Plan

Gain an overall understanding and practical application of the concept of jurisdictions by looking at how God is running the entire universe. This lesson is a companion lesson to the message on Leading With Vision. You’ll learn how to trouble-shoot any problem by applying jurisdictional principles.

Service: Living With an Eternal Perspective: The Key to Wisdom

Are you training your family to live in the here-and-now, according to what they can see and touch, or are you teaching and demonstrating the power and wisdom of living with an eternal perspective? This message will transform the way you live each day and encourage you and your family to experience the presence and power of God needed to walk in His wisdom and blessing.

Men Advancing the Kingdom: Rising to the Call of God

Having Ears to Hear the Call

Did you know it’s possible to hear but not hear and see but not see? Jesus told His disciples that if they didn’t learn this lesson, they couldn’t understand all of His teaching. If parents know how to train their children to listen, they give them the foundation for a life of learning.

Rising to the Call: Understanding God’s Callings in Our Lives

What does it mean to have a “calling”? Most men think of their vocation as their “calling”, but there are other callings in life that are more important. Faithfulness in each calling leads to preparation for the next calling in life. If fathers don’t understand their callings and how to teach their children about their callings in life, the next generation won’t be prepared for them. If we can define our callings, then we can rise to the call of God in our lives.

Seven Qualities of a Family Leader

The Apostle Paul had the heart of a father for the members of the churches he planted. How did he face his weaknesses and opponents to his leadership? Many of his weaknesses and problems are those to which most men can relate. Insights from Second Corinthians give men some practical encouragement in how to be leaders of their families.

Out of the Trenches, Men!

We’re in a war! The homeward focused father must become the “point man” for his family. The casualties in the spiritual battle always occur in the trenches. Learn the qualities of the ideal spiritual warrior as well as his most dreaded enemies. This message will call men out to stand in the battle as the spiritual protectors of their families.

Sun. service. Anchored in Christ – Building on the Solid Rock (Heb. 4:14-16)

One of the goals of home-based discipleship is giving your children a firm foundation upon which to live their lives. Anchored in Christ reveals why the gospel is the power of God for salvation-a salvation that’s much more than “going to heaven when you die.” The gospel taught and lived should be a daily subject in your home. You’ll learn the four words that sum up all of life with Jesus Christ, and they are… (Based on his book Anchored in Christ).

Men on Fire for the Gospel: Living Passionately in Christ

Are You in Christ?

Identification with Christ is the foundation for living in God’s fullness. The way we live our lives depends on how we think about ourselves in relationship with Jesus Christ. We’ll be encouraged as we study four identity principles applied to our identity in Christ.

Are You a True Worshiper?

Everyone is a worshiper because we are all born empty. Empty people worship. However some worship that which is empty while true worshipers have an inner power which directs their hearts to the fullness of God. In this message, we’ll contrast misdirected worship and redirected worship.

Are You Thirsty?

One of the biggest hindrances to personal and corporate revival is a contentment with busyness and things of this world. Jesus’ promises of fullness were extended to people who knew they were in need of an inner power to glorify God on a daily basis. Are you thirsty? Let’s come and drink!

Are You Filled?

The promise of the Father and the Son is the fullness of God through the Holy Spirit. What does it mean to be Spirit-filled? Apparently, a Spirit-filled man is so obvious that he stands out in a crowd. You’ll be encouraged by the Scriptures of promise that you can experience God’s fullness for His glory.

Sun. service: Building a Legacy of Revival for Generations

The church today in America needs revival. Although a visitation from God on a national or local scale can’t be orchestrated, we can prepare our hearts and our children for revival by experiencing personal revival. Does your heart need reviving? You’ll learn the mindset, preparation, method, and prayer for personal revival so you can pass on a legacy of personal revival to the next generation.

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