HomePoint

Understanding Grief

HomePoint • May 28, 2017 • Allen Jackson

Losing someone to death, losing a job, moving to a new place, divorce, separation, even the loss of a friendship due to any number of circumstances—these produce real pain. We call that pain grief.

Parenting, Disciplining & Discipleship

HomePoint • May 14, 2017 • Allen Jackson

The primary purpose of discipline is discipleship. We begin training our children from a very young age by the ways we respond to their actions and attitudes. The primary purpose of discipline is to consistently direct children toward right relationship with God and others.

Launching Young Adults

HomePoint • May 7, 2017 • Allen Jackson

We’ve all heard the phrase “failure to launch” describing young men and women who don’t make the transition from childhood to adult for one reason or another. How can you be intentional about successfully launching your older children? While there are no guarantees, there are some things that families and DBC can do to intentionally and positively launch students.

Intentional Families Begin with Single Adults

HomePoint • April 30, 2017 • Allen Jackson

Whether you are called to the single life or hope to marry, as a single adult, you have distinct opportunities to grow in your faith and to make a substantial contribution to the kingdom.

Creating a Culture of Intentional Families

HomePoint • April 23, 2017 • Allen Jackson

The scriptures tell us that what we do today directly influences the multi-generational cycle of family traits, beliefs and actions. Passing along a strong faith to the next generation begins by having a strong faith ourselves.