Family Bytes Blog

Family Bytes Blog

Family Bytes Podcast is HERE!

Exciting news for our ministry and blog in 2018! We've launched a new podcast and are so excited to share it with you! Having an audible version of this site gives you the ability to take Family Bytes in the car, to the gym, to work or to do laundry. While we'll still be posting read-able blogs, we'll also host a monthly podcast for your convience, information, and -sometimes - entertainment! *wink* Today our hosts, Pastor Freddie Albaugh & Chuck... Read More
Posted by Kristin Funston at Thursday, January 11, 2018 | 0 comments
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God’s Beauty for the Bored, Busy, and Depressed

To escape our bondage to sin, we must come alive to the glory of God in Christ. He’s our only hope. On this theme, theologian Jonathan Edwards was a master. He discovered God’s glory and beauty all over Scripture, and he centered his understanding of the Christian life there. The classic picture of Edwards as a hellfire preacher, suspending sinners by fishing line over the pit of God’s flaming wrath, simply fails to get a balanced picture of his ministry. He may be... Read More
Posted by Freddie Albaugh at Friday, December 15, 2017 | 0 comments
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The Four Seasons of Marriage

This week, we concluded our Wednesday Night at Hope marriage series, and we wrapped up discussing how we must constantly adjust to what season our marriage relationships are in. Dr. Gary Chapman, author and marriage expert, has a great resource,  The 4 Seasons of Marriage: Secrets to a Lasting Marriage , that help us understand the different seasons marriage goes through at some point (while not necessarily in order).  Which season are you in? WINTER... Read More
Posted by Freddie Albaugh at Thursday, November 16, 2017 | 0 comments
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A Teen's Life Online

Last weekend, Hope's  Your Kid & Technology  seminar scratched a proverbial parenting itch. Our very own experts from Hope's IT, kids and student ministries were there, leading a panel discussion on how and what to navigate in our world of technology as we parent our children with the available technology in today's culture. Mark Gregston recently podcasted on this very subject, and he makes some excellent points and also interviews a student, Mackenzie, about... Read More
Posted by Kristin Funston at Thursday, September 14, 2017 | 0 comments
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