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Current Show (February 9, 2016):

Discussed by Dr. Les Parrott
with Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott (www.LesAndLeslie.com)

Part 1 of 2

World Vision presents “Fight Night” at Champion Forest Baptist Church in Northwest Houston on Friday night February 12 and Saturday morning February 13. Guys – this is a great opportunity to impress your wife during Valentine’s weekend. What better way to say “I love you forever!” than to attend a couple’s conference! Wanting to attend a couple’s conference is not a sign of weakness; it proves to your wife that she is worth it!

Wives – all you have to say to your husband to convince him to come is mention the phrase “Fight Night” and he’s there! Haha In all seriousness, though, this conference is an absolute must for all couples, no matter how long you’ve been married or even if you’re engaged. Learning how to fight before your married is essential.

Les Parrott and his wife Leslie are the keynote speakers for “Fight Night”. Les is with us today to discuss the importance of “fighting fair” in your marriage. This is their promise for the evening: “Conflict is the price we pay for a deeper level of intimacy.” Knowing how to have a “good fight” will actually bring you and your spouse closer together.

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Discussed by Dr. Les Parrott
with Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott (www.LesAndLeslie.com)

Dr. Les Parrott and his wife do not claim to have a perfect marriage; they fight just like every other couple does. What is important, though, is the manner in which they fight. That is why they started speaking at couple’s conferences around the country – to show other couples the right way to fight to save their marriage.

The number one issue couples fight over is money. The second most common issue is sex. “The real ‘reason’ we fight, though, is our perception,” Les Parrott says. “We [men and women] look at the world through different lenses.” This causes friction in a marriage. Come to “Fight Night” to hear more on this topic and reasons why people fight.

But, how should couples fight? Les and Leslie have four ways couples should fight – one is cooperation. “We want a winner and loser in a fight. But not in a marriage,” Les says. He has a friend who says: “Humble pie is a pastry that’s never tasty.”

Les also explains how and why it is important to show your children the proper way to fight – and how to resolve one. You do, of course, want to avoid fighting with your spouse in front of your children, but it will happen occasionally. If a fight starts in front of them, always – always – make sure you fix the problem in front of them, too.

Listen in as Dr. Parrott talks more about how couples fight. Better yet – come to “Fight Night” with Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott. Click here  for tickets and more information.

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Discussed by Jeff Skipper
with Champion Forest Baptist Church (www.ChampionForest.org)

Jeff Skipper is the Adult Discipleship Pastor at CFBC. He is here to discuss why it is so vital for Christian couples to attend marriage conferences like this – even though you may think you already have a pretty good marriage. Jeff also encourages engaged couples to attend the conference, as well. He says, “A lot of times it is difficult to communicate our expectations. Without effective communication there is going to be conflict.” Learning how to fight fair before you are married will help you tremendously.

For the already-married-couple, this is a great way to reconnect with your spouse. Many men – and women – don’t want others to think they might have a rocky marriage. Get over yourself! This is your marriage you’re talking about! This is your forever! “People who are great husbands and wives don’t avoid opportunities like this. They actually look forward to them!” Jeff believes. “Every marriage needs a routine maintenance checkup.”

This year, Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott have agreed to not only speak on Friday evening, but will stay over on Saturday morning to really engage personally with the couples who attend the conference. They’ve been speaking on the issue of marriage and conflict resolution for years. Through humor, fresh insight, and practical strategies, the Parrotts will help you and your spouse (or fiancé!) gain a new perspective on fighting fair.

Click here  to register for “Fight Night”. We’d love to see you there!

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Discussed by Mark Lanier
with Biblical Literacy (www.Biblical-Literacy.com)

Part 2

New Testament Survey: Hebrews Overview

Yesterday, Mark explained how many Jewish people who became Christians began to have second thoughts about their decision. They were very confused and torn between their old customs and wanting to believe and trust in the Messiah. Mark says this: “Jesus is not a fad; Jesus is the ripened fulfillment of the Jewish faith.”

One concept they had a hard time grasping was the “second coming”. When Jesus said he was coming again soon, did it mean today – tomorrow – ten years from now – or in ten thousand years? Even today, we still have people trying to predict this! Guess what – so far no one has been right!

Remember - We do not know for sure who the writer of Hebrews is; many have speculated, but we simply do not know. The writer, however, is very knowledgeable about the end times and what we need to be looking for. Mark goes through some of the Greek letters, words, and symbols that are important to know about the name of Jesus.

Mark gets into the outline of the book of Hebrews in this segment today. He says, “Jesus is superior to the angels. He is superior to Moses. He is superior to the high priests. He is superior to the Covenant. He is superior to the Temple. Therefore, we must persevere in our faith and live accordingly.” Mark breaks down the verses and explains what this means in more detail.

Mark also discusses why so many new Jewish Christians were confused about the reason for Christ’s death on the Christ – If Jesus is superior, why did he have to die? It just didn’t make sense to them! The writer of Hebrews explains that (in Mark’s words): “Jesus was made low so he could be lifted high and take us with him. He had to become human to beat death.

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Mark is leading his 800+ member class into a deeper understanding of God’s Word. Join him next Sunday at Champion Forest Baptist Church in NW Houston.

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Discussed by Terry Lowry
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