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Loving Your Spouse

WeddingBy Rev. Lynette Hagin

It seems that with our busy schedules in this day and age, the home and family have become grossly neglected. We are often so busy providing for our children and giving them life opportunities that we fail to realize that the greatest gift we can provide for them as parents is to truly love each other and to express that love for one another.


Want to Strengthen Your Marriage?

Wedding RingsBy Kenneth W. Hagin

When people need advice in any area of life, they can turn to the Bible for Godly answers. What does the Bible say about marriage? Plenty, beginning with the successes and failures of the first husband and wife, Adam and Eve.


Learning Lessons From Our Children

DandelionBy Rev. Lynette Hagin

Children are a wonderful gift from God. Psalm 127:3 says, “Lo, children are an heritage of the Lord: and the fruit of the womb is his reward.” Children have always been so special to me. I have always loved to teach children, especially the pre-school age. The hearts of children are so open unto the things of God. It really grieves me that churches always seem to have difficulty in getting people to volunteer to work with the children. It seems that some view that as a lowly position. However, I believe that it is one of the highest positions that you can be involved in. I encourage you to get involved in volunteering with children at the church you attend.


The Godly Father

By Rev. Kenneth W. Hagin

We should always be grateful for examples of a Godly father. Thankfully, I have a number of examples in my life, including my own father, Kenneth E. Hagin, and my father-in-law, V. E. Tipton. Whether in life or in memory, godly fathers teach and train us how to live lives that are pleasing to our Heavenly Father. That’s why Father’s Day is so important. So, I want to take a look at the characteristics of a godly father. The letters f-a-t-h-e-r provide us with a good way to remember these characteristics.


A Tribute to Mother

By Rev. Kenneth W. Hagin

It’s been said that a mother’s heart is the child’s classroom. I thank God for all that my mom, Mrs. Oretha Hagin, has taught me through the years. She is a portrait of a godly mother, and I’m proud to be her son.