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March 11 - 25, 2018

Car rides with weird smells, messy bedrooms and bathrooms, out-of-hand board games, and people who can drive us absolutely crazy. That’s life with family. But family can also make us stronger, more loving, and provide opportunity to influence and help others. Family-life isn’t easy, but it is good! Whether your family needs just a little help or a brand new start, this series will help your family grow better together.


I LOVE THEM, BUT GOD HELP!

03.11.18 | Bob Coombe

Do you know a child? If you are an aunt, uncle, blended family, grandparent, teacher, or a parent join us for words that will encourage, empower, and bring hope! God loves our supremely awesome wildly contagious radically loving hope filled family! God shares words of wisdom with us on this crazy adventure called family and children. I love them, but God help me!

 

Priorities

03.18.18 | Mark Thurston

We all have priorities whether we think we do or not. Sometimes we prioritize by writing things down, others may simply live out their priorities without even realizing it. We all have influence over those God has placed in our lives. We may not think we do, but opportunities to influence come on a daily basis. As parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, siblings - as members of God's family - we all need to make sure that our priorities are in the proper order. There is one priority that must rise to the top, and His name is Jesus. Make attending Edinbrook Church this Sunday a priority - there will be something here for everyone.

 

PART OF THE PROBLEM OR PART OF THE SOLUTION

03.25.18 | Joshua Kirsch

Relationships are tough because eventually conflict will arise. Family members get on each other’s nerves. It’s just going to happen. In every situation that conflict occurs, we must ask ourselves whether we are part of the problem or part of the solution. You can’t control everyone else, but you can control yourself. And with God’s help, you can be instrumental in shaping your family to become supremely awesome.