Previous Sermon Series - Arrows

One thing we learn from them is quite certain - our families impact us more than we may realize. Each of us sit there because of (or in spite of) someone who raised us. Parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, and cousins influence us greatly. Sometimes that influence is for the better, sometimes for the worse. Either way, it always influences us. Consider the value of family when you read this passage from Psalm 103:17: “the mercy of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting on those who fear Him, and His righteousness to children’s children.” Love God, then love your families. Those two endeavors are eternally connected at the hip. If you have any questions, please contact us.


What can we learn about the value of God’s plan by examining the promises and the family tree of Abraham? It might just have more to do with you than you realize.

Abraham’s Family Tree Illustration


David’s family is proof that God doesn’t always abide by our rules and our expectations. The extended family tree of this great king is worth some serious consideration. Nowhere else in history would the 10th son of a 7th son ever rule a kingdom like Israel.

David’s Family Tree Illustration 1 | Illustration 2


The historical records of Jesus’ family found in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke contain a who’s who of the faithful and the ordinary.

Jesus’ Family Tree Illustration 1 | Illustration 2 | Illustration 3