Tag Archives: father

Getting the Gospel

For many years I have been entrenched in the details of Christ’s gospel. Themes such as imputed righteousness, substitutionary atonement, heart regeneration, sanctification and glorification fill my thoughts. Today I am studying Romans 1:16-2:5. And the themes of human brokenness and sin keep being measured against the holiness/righteousness of God. I have several thoughts rolling […]

David Stokes talks about a new connection at church

Questions about Parenting & The Bible

In a little over a week, 4RC will be sponsoring our first “What Christians Should Believe” get together with a focused topic on Biblical Parenting. We need your questions.  This Q&A style event will feature several of the church’s leaders and parents responding to questions asked by you.  So ask questions.  Then show up at […]

How I spent my evening

Spent my afternoon with the boys. Bass fishing, watering the yard, playing with the sprinkler, (as you can see on the boys), wrestling and all around horse play… My plan is to make this the most memorable and spiritual summer of their (and my) lives. I am encouraging the moms and dads of 4RC to […]

4RC’s Greatest Dad

Tell us why your husband, dad, brother or friend deserves to be considered the church’s greatest dad. He needs to be a regular at 4RC and present this Sunday at one of our campuses to qualify. And if he is chosen, your letter will be read aloud and we will publicly honor him at worship […]

Daddy Day

He must manage his own family well, having children who respect and obey him. For if a man cannot manage his own household, how can he take care of God’s church? (1 Timothy 3:4, 5 NLT) I want more than anything to be a good father. It matters so much in so many ways… Today […]

Special Prayer Requests at New Years

How can I pray for you today… New Years Eve? I’ll be monitoring the prayer requests left at iambradhenson.com all day and throughout the night until midnight. I’ll offer a special midnight prayer and go through all the requests. So feel free to offer up your needs, fears, questions, frustrations and celebrations… In turn I’d […]