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Studies reveal that the single most decisive factor among kids who do well in school and avoid risky behaviors is eating meals with the family. As author Miriam Weinstein explains, “Sitting down to a meal together draws a line around us for a brief time and strengthens family bonds by shutting out the rest of the world as a powerful ritual against the many forces pulling us apart.” Family meals give us…

  • A place to belong: Healthy children receive their sense of identity from church and home. At church, the communion table is the central activity uniting believers in Christ. At home, mealtime is the central event reminding each person that he or she has a place in a specific family. Both rituals yank us out of solitude and isolation and reconnect us to those with whom we have an intimate, God ordained bond.
  • A moment of sanity: Gathering from the alienation of separate activities provides a much needed moment of sanity because every time we eat together we corporately acknowledge our dependence upon the provider of all life-sustaining gifts. Hunger pangs draw us together and to God.
  • A rhythm for health: Studies show that when families eat together they are more likely to eat balanced meals. We become vulnerable to destructive patterns when we disconnect ourselves from God-ordained rhythms. Eating alone or on-the-fly increases the likelihood of overindulgence and junk food. Conversation during family meals, by contrast, helps us plan and pace our eating while creating a regular occasion for connection.

Faith@Home Seasons

Make this summer one to remember! We have two brand new brochures for you that will help you stay engaged and intentional throughout the summer. 

A family guide to our nation’s godly heritage

America was founded on godly principles. Use this guide to celebrate our heritage while teaching these truths about our country’s history to the next generation.

Download The Guide

Connected 3d

As your church, we want to walk alongside you as you navigate the benefits and pitfalls associated with technology. We aim to help you replace virtual connection with real connection to God and each other by challenging you to be a CONNECTED 3D family. This will focus on 3 “D’s” which stands for: 

  • Disconnect to connect
  • Deepen internal values and 
  • Develop external boundaries

You will find simple ideas to help you with these three areas.  We hope the resources below will help you and your family become a more CONNECTED 3D home.

Creek CIA

Are you looking for a way to disciple your children? Complete a Creek CIA mission with your family each week to intentionally address biblical topics at home.

Talking W/God @ Home

Become intentional about prayer! Commit to prayer@home as a habit using the 7-5-2 plan

  • Pray seven days a week praising God for His goodness in your life.
  • Pray five days a week for the Lord to show you how to love and minister to your surrounding communities. If you have children, include them by letting them pray for their community as well.
  • Pray two times a week with a close friend or family member, in person or on the phone.