Place of Prayer in Raising God-Centered Kids ()Mark Jenkins, May 8, 2011
Part of the Raising God-Centered Kids in a Sin-Racked World series, preached at a Sunday Morning service
A look at John 17 asking what role does prayer have in helping parents raise God-centered kids in a sin-racked world. You may be surprised? Come find out!
About Mark Jenkins: I'm the husband of an incredible woman named Tara who said “yes” to me and ministry and that's a double blessing. We have three girls: Megan, Mikayla, and Morgan. I grew up with all boys and now God wants me to discover how the other half lives. I am a sinner saved by God's amazing grace. I was educated by a godly set of parents, Culpeper County Public Schools, Longwood College, and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Most importantly, I've been schooled in the classroom of life by a loving heavenly Father who knew I didn't know anything despite the diplomas hanging on the wall, and yet chose me to be one of his children. Today I serve as a lead shepherd of one of Culpeper's amazing local church families! Favorite flavor of ice cream: Breyers All-Natural Vanilla Hobbies: Renovation work and gardening Instruments that you play: I enjoy playing the harmonica for my own personal time of worship What you like to do on a sunny day: If it's a day off, I like to wear tank tops, shorts and work boots and build or fix something What you like to do on a rainy day: The same...just inside...I like to read if no one else is home. Favorite football team: The Five-Time Champions Pittsburgh Steelers...The world of Black and Gold is a beautiful thing.
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