Bootcamp Family Challenge – Week 4
The Parent’s Mission
- What fictional family would you be a member of?
- In light of this week’s sermon, what is new information, challenged, or stood out to you?
Read aloud Ephesians 22:1-6
- Why is being respected more valuable than great riches?
- What do rich people and poor people have in common?
- What should we learn from this?
- What blessings come to those who humbly fear the Lord?
- What promise does v.6 give those who properly train their children?
- Why is it important for parents to believe and apply this principle?
- Why is it easier to train a child while they are young as opposed to trying to correct behavior when they are older?
- What does Pastor Doug mean when he says, “When you focus on a child’s comfort over their character your child’s character will be underdeveloped”?
- In what ways can you develop your child’s character?
- How do you teach love, responsibility, boundaries and respect?
- You have to be consistent. It doesn’t matter what you say you believe, it matters how you live out what you believe.
- Set priorities and keep them.
- Lifestyle priorities: work out, then work out. Be active, then be active.
- Spiritual priorities: we go to church as a family. We read, pray, together.
How will you be intentional this week?