The Challenge: DAY 24 – Guard the Gates! #4

Guard against EVIL!

Welcome to DAY 24 of the 40-Day Mission-Minded FAMILY CHALLENGE!

Today’s focus is GUARDING against evil influences in your home. As mission-minded families, we want to be train our children to be lights in dark places, but we need to equip our children to discern good from evil.

C’mon . . . Take the Challenge!


3 Responses to “The Challenge: DAY 24 – Guard the Gates! #4”
  1. Good reminder to make sure that even seemingly innocent things don’t slip into our family. I love the idea of letting fortune cookies prompt us to pray for China. I think I’ll apply the same idea when I see the horoscopes in the paper or previews of shows that are satanic in nature. It’s really easy to turn off the thinking switch and just allow these shows in as entertainment. I think the Bible has made it clear they are an abomination to God, they should be to me, too.
    .-= Christy Nordstrom´s last blog ..This Makes No Sense =-.

  2. Steve,

    Thanks for stopping by; and yes, on the Christian Post there’s a bit of a “process” to be able to post comments. . . but it would be really good to get some positive comments on those posts about world missions. Several other friends of ours have mentioned that inconvenience (of registering). For some people there’s even been a waiting time of a day or two . . . but once finally you’re logged in, making comments from them on is quick and easy.

    We appreciate your note here, and for taking time to look at the CHALLENGE! Our heart is to encourage families to become more effective for God’s kingdom, and for eternity. Blessings to you and the International Faith Telegraph – World Christian News and Mission News.

    Jon & Ann

  3. Steve says:

    Ann, what a great program! By the way, I have wanted to leave comments on your Christian post blog, but they practically require your social security number to leave a comment! Anyway, feel free to ping us (or tweet us–on tweeter yet?) from time to time with any news. Blessings, Steve L.