The Vision: Leading Christian Families - Take Responsibility
The Vision Series: Leading Christian Families • 1h 12m
The key to real change lies in one’s ability to take responsibility! In a world of finger-pointing and a never-ending “blame game”, it is a rare circumstance where someone has the strength of character to own up and even be willing to repent or make right what may have been wrong. Such is the stuff of which true Christian men are made, though! The great men of Scripture were those humble enough to take responsibility for their actions, their salvation, the spiritual health of their family, and the ongoing purity of God’s Church!
In this audio, Gwen Shamblin Lara challenges the men to such a level of humility—being willing to take responsibility for their calling to lead their families and to serve God’s Kingdom. It is a powerful vision that sets forth a clear path to transformation of the hearts and advancement of God’s Church! The men who heard it and are putting it into action have been highly blessed, and their families are setting a new standard for what defines a “Christian household”—but it starts with one person’s willingness to take responsibility rather than project or place the blame on others, on circumstances, or on God. There IS a way to experience lasting peace and a transformed life … and the power is in your hands!
This audio series describes a beautiful vision for what every family can look like, regardless of their circumstances, as they turn their focus to God and His commands. This series is targeted to the men and leaders of families, but it is relevant for everyone. These lessons will provide you with the "how to" information you need to totally change your life and direction. You will learn more about the roles and responsibilities in a Christ-like family including how to get under authority, become more unified, take responsibility, and fully obey the will of God.
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