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A Household Gospel

Mathew B. Sims

Book Overview: 

In Scripture, parents are instructed to teach their kids how to love God and saturate their home with the gospel (Deut 4:9, 6:1-7; Eph 6:104). Husbands and wives are commanded to mirror Jesus in their marriages (Eph 5:22-33). We understand these commands in light of the gospel—in light of Jesus Christ (2 Cor 4:6). Jesus is the hero of our families.

That’s what A Household Gospel is about. It’s ordinary means rooted in an extraordinary gospel. It’s about starting the great commission in our homes. It’s about rehearsing the gospel story when we sit to eat, lie down to sleep, rise up in the morning, and everywhere in between.

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Community Reviews

I’ve had this book on the shelf for a few years. I’ve started and stopped it a few times. I think the beginning content while vitally important, was familiar thus I turned my mind off.

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This is great book. Matt makes an honest and compelling argument as to why we should lead our families in worship. But he does not stop there, he also gives helpful advice on how to do this with out overcomplicating it. This is a great book for pastors and laymen alike.

Matthew Sims writes with wholesome transparency on why and how fathers lead their families. He anchors his biblical principles firmly and compellingly in the Gospel. The length of the book (100 pages) makes its lessons more pointed and inviting. This is a read for every man who wants to honor God in