Over the course of ten weeks, we study the Ten Commandments in relation to the family. Each individual sermon addresses a single commandment to help you apply it to your life by demonstrating how it applies to your family. Through this series, you will learn how to apply the Ten Commandments to transform you and your family.
Safeguard Your Purpose
As a Christian, God has given each of us a unique purpose. In this sermon, we discuss how we need to stop comparing our purpose to others, remember God's unconditional love, and avoid chaos.
As Christians, it is important to remain truthful in all areas of life. In this sermon, we discuss how truth begins at home and is the accurate reflection of reality.
As Christians, it is important to recognize that everything we own comes from God and should be shared with others. In this sermon, we discuss the eighth commandment and what it means to steal.
Affair-Proofing Your Marriage
Marriage was created to be a God-honoring relationship. In this sermon, we discuss the seventh commandment and the need to resist the temptation to be attracted to anyone but your spouse.
Christians are told to safeguard their life, logic, and love. In this sermon, we discuss the sixth commandment and how we can apply this lesson to our personal lives.
From a young age, people are told to honor and respect their parents. In this sermon, we discuss the fifth commandment and how honoring our parents is connected to honoring God.
Antidote to Busy and Hectic Lives
In modern society, people can have a hard time taking a break in the midst of their hectic lives. In this sermon, we discuss the fourth commandment and how God calls Christians to a day of rest to cure the restlessness in their homes.
The Family Name
It is important for Christians to value God and His name appropriately. In this sermon, we discuss the third commandment and God's unique position in our lives.
One God Per Family
God's love for His people make Him jealous for their attention. In this sermon, we discuss the second commandment and God's love for His people.