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Sermons For Family And Friends Day

Sermons For Family And Friends Day

Family and Friends Day is almost here, and we want to make sure you’re prepared. With that in mind, we’ve included some helpful information in this post on what will ensure a successful day. We hope it helps!

To help you, we’ve included a list of sermon ideas in the printable sections.

Be sure to stay hydrated

  • Stay hydrated. Water is good for you, so drink plenty of it before, during and after the game.
  • Don’t drink sugary drinks like soda or candy bars. These can make you feel hungry and thirsty, which in turn leads to overeating and drinking more sugar-laden beverages than you would otherwise have consumed if you had simply stayed away from them altogether.*
  • Drink water before the game starts—you’ll be less likely to get dehydrated if your body has some time to process all of that liquid while everyone else is still getting ready!*
  • If there’s an intermission during a televised match (or just some downtime between quarters), make sure you’re still staying hydrated by sipping on some water every once in awhile.*

Make sure you get your protein, too!

Protein is essential for building muscle and maintaining muscle mass. It’s also essential for repairing damage (like the stress fractures in your legs from walking all day), producing energy, keeping skin healthy and hair strong, maintaining strong nails and teeth, and more!

You can get protein from many different sources: meat, fish, eggs (or egg whites), nuts/seeds/legumes like beans or chickpeas. Protein powder is another great way to get extra protein into your diet. If you’re vegetarian or vegan don’t worry—there are plenty of plant-based sources of protein that you can enjoy as well!

The Biggest Misconception about Arthritis

For those who don’t know, arthritis is not a disease. Arthritis is the term for more than 100 different medical conditions that cause pain, stiffness and loss of function in your joints.

Arthritis affects more than 50 million people in the United States; nearly one in five Americans have been diagnosed with some form of arthritis. It is both one of the most common chronic diseases and also one of the most misunderstood health conditions because it does not follow any specific pattern or timeline for its development or progression.

Why We Need God’s Word

We need God’s Word because it is the only source of truth. The Bible is God’s way of telling us what to do and how to live, and through that knowledge we can be free from sin (John 8:31-32). We also have hope for eternity with God because Jesus died for our sins so that we can have eternal life (John 3:16).

If you’re in need of comfort or peace, the Bible is your answer. When we feel broken down by life or overwhelmed by trials, God says “Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden” (Matthew 11:28) and gives us peace when we trust him with our problems (Philippians 4:6-7).

Have Fun As You Pray

As you pray with your family and friends, be sure to include their families as well. Pray for the good health of your parents, grandparents, siblings and cousins. If you have any aunts or uncles who need you to pray for them specifically, include them too!

As you continue praying, don’t forget about your friends’ families as well. Pray that they will experience God’s love in their lives more deeply than ever before; pray that they will grow closer together as a result of their relationship with Him. And when you’re done praying for all these people who are important in your life—and everyone else around them—then start thinking about those other people: those who live close by (maybe even next door). Ask God if there are any specific things He wants you to pray about or do today on behalf of anyone else in this world besides yourself and others close by.

To have a successful day, make sure you have the right tools for the job.

When it comes to successful days, you need to have the right tools for the job. You wouldn’t try to hammer a nail into a wall with your bare hand, so why would you try and perform a difficult task without having all of your resources at hand? Tools are important, and so are sermons!

A successful family day requires certain tools for success. The most important one is love—not only loving our families but also being able to express that love in ways that make them feel cared for and appreciated. There’s nothing more vital than this tool in order for us all to have an enjoyable time together!

A successful friends day also requires certain tools for success: laughter, conversation (about topics other than yourself), selflessness (“Hey, can I borrow some sugar?”), good memories (“Remember when we went camping?”) and sharing food together are just some examples of how these things will contribute towards making your friends’ days special too!

If you want to make sure that you have a successful day, it’s important to take care of yourself. You don’t want any surprises! Make sure you have the right tools for the job, like our printable sections or our sermon ideas. You’ll be glad you did when everything goes smoothly without any problems.

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