". . . the root of the righteous cannot be moved." - Prov. 12:3
Good family life doesn't just "happen." To thrive, it must be carefully tended, like a garden.
The family began in a garden, that Adam and Eve were to tend, yet the need for wise cultivation continues. In the fear of the Lord, families called by God are to raise their children as "olive plants all around [their] table" (Ps. 128:3).
In today's culture, this is no small task.
Those at the helm of Hollywood, organized medicine, corporate media, joined by the educational elite and governmental tyrants - all are seeking to redefine and subvert the beautiful vision of family life God has ordained.
Yet rather than cower in fear, Christians must advance in hope by tending to the garden of their families. It was this encouraging charge that Jeremiah gave to God's people who were captives in Babylon:
Build houses and dwell in them; plant gardens and eat their fruit. Take wives and beget sons and daughters; and take wives for your sons and give your daughters to husbands, so that they may bear sons and daughters - that you may be increased there, and not diminished. (Jer. 29:4-6)
The Build, Dwell, Plant Conference will show how this is to be done. Drawing from God's sure and sufficient Word, you'll learn how to thoughtfully nurture:
This, and much more!
Join us on October 26 - 28 in St. Louis and learn what the Scriptures teach on how to grow strong families.