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Good and Messy

Let’s be honest. Family – marriage, parenting, being parented – is hard. Other families seem to have it all together. Yours, though, is . . . well, messy. What if I told you that good families are not flawless? That being a messy family doesn’t make yours a failure? The Bible tells the truth about how a family should function – and it tells the truth about how messy some of the most famous biblical families actually were. The good news is that all that truth is surrounded by grace. God’s grace means that your family can be good even if it’s messy. Beginning Mother’s Day and running through Father’s Day, we’ll explore what the Bible says about family. Even if yours is a mess right now, you’re welcome. We’re not all that tidy ourselves.

Sermons in this series

You Noticed
Even if you do everything exactly right, at the right time, in the right order with the right heart, family will still be messy. Of course, no one does it exactly right. Families are made up of people and people are sinners, so if things get messy from time to time, we shouldn’t be surprised. Here’s what IS surprising – how God reacts to the messes we make.
What God Has Joined
Marriage is the foundation of family life. So, if a marriage doesn’t make it, the family is shaken. Jesus had something to say about the permanence of marriage. In this message, we’ll focus on two core principles from his teaching. Hope you’ll listen in or watch!
It's All Good
Genesis, the first book of the Bible, tells the story of three families. Spoiler Alert! They’re all a mess. In fact, if the National Transportation and Safety Board did crash investigations on families, they’d have files on all three. Here’s the good news – God brings something good out of the mess. Join us this week as we kick off our series on the family – Good & Messy.

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