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WHAT IS FAMILY MINISTRY?

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Sam Luce

on 23 September 2017

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Transcript of WHAT IS FAMILY MINISTRY?

Misconceptions of family ministry
- It's up to the church - the programmatic approach
Practical
Outworking
- Family Ministry 101 - What do the basics of family ministry look like?

- Family Ministry 201 - What does more advanced integration look like?

What Family Ministry is not.
It is not the latest and greatest fad

It is not an easy solution to the hard work of ministry

It's not a perfect solution although I believe it is a biblical one.
What should family ministry in the context of local church and home look like?
Foundations for Family Ministry
- Biblical Conviction
- Gospel Clarity
- How do I need the gospel?
- What doe the gospel demand of parents?
WHAT IS FAMILY MINISTRY?
- It's up to the home - the relational approach
Aristotelian Doctrine of the mean - Virtue is found in the mean rather than the extremes
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“Every Christian family ought to be as it were a little church
consecrated to Christ and holy influenced in government by his rules. Family education and order are some of the chief means of grace.
If these fail, all other means are likely to prove ineffectual.”

Johnathan Edwards
Timothy Paul Jones
The goal of the family-as-church dynamic is to equip parents to disciple their children in the context of their daily lives together.

The goal of church-as-family is to help God’s people relate to one another more like a family. What this means is that the church nurtures members within a rich matrix of multi-generational relationships.

Timothy Paul Jones
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