Families who thrive are those that live by grace. Each and every day, we must remember and respond to the work of God's grace in our lives. That will prompt us to be merciful, kind, and gracious to those closest to us in return. And in that grace, our families will thrive.
Scripture gives instruction for the relationship between children and their parents. Today, we look at one of those places in Ephesians 6 as we continue our series, Thrive, about what God has designed for the family. We'll see that God has designed very specific responsibilities and promises for both children and parents.
This week, Scott Mescher with Reaching and Teaching International shares what it means to live our lives as a display of God's glory. From Ephesians 2:8-10 and alongside stories of those he works with in Latin America, we're called to think deeply about what it means to live in light of God's grace each day.