Welcome to the online home of the
teaching and preaching ministry of Chase Hinson.
My life is devoted to bringing God glory through ministering the gospel and its implications to a lost world and a redeemed Church. In order to accomplish this goal, I work to preach God's Word boldly, clearly, and accurately. My passion is to preach and teach the Scriptures word by word so that we all may find God's truth one word at a time.
Transitions are great times to try new things. Associating something fun with the milestone of entering a new grade at school can be a powerful opportunity to set your child's expecations for the year to come. Join us for a few tips on how you can use this time as a teachable moment for your kids. #FamilyFriday
Getting your kids to do chores around the house is a definite challenge. But it's worth the effort becuase chores are great teaching tools and lessons for life for your kids. Watch for some encouragements and tips on chores and how they can be opportunites in your home. #FamilyFriday
Sometimes the days really are long, and you become so tired of doing the same things over and over again. I wanted to encourage in those moments to look for glimpses of grace and growth in yourself and in your family. Often our kids will do something that astonishes and surprises us. These are reminders from the Lord that our efforts to teach and train our children are making an impact even when they many not seem too. #FamilyFriday
Someone once said, “A father is someone who carries pictures where his money used to be.” Most dads can probably sympathize and chuckle at that statement. Contrary to popular jokes around Father’s Day, Dads aren’t dispensable dummies. Instead, they are essential pieces of God’s plan for the prosperity of the family, the church and society at large. Join me today for a look at how important dads really are. #FamilyFriday
Forgiveness is an event and a process. It is our decision that make a payment on someone’s behalf rather than demanding payment from them for the wrong they have done to us. This decision has to be worked out over time, and the 4 promises of forgiveness can help us do that. #FamilyFriday
Forgiveness is not optional for Christians. But we all know that “forgive and forget” isn’t really true. Forgiveness is really hard! It takes time, effort, and a deep understanding of how God has poured out grace in our own lives. Today I want to encourage you to forgive one another even as God has forgiven you. #FamilyFriday
Confession of sin is difficult. We don’t like to admit that we are wrong. It’s embarrassing. It hurts our pride. But confession (and apologies) are biblically necessary components to forgiveness, reconciliation and resolution of conflict. Watch part 2 of “How to Really Apologize” on #FamilyFriday.
You know the scenario. Kid A does something to Kid B. Kid B retaliates with words or fists. You come running in to referee. You try to sort out the mess and at the end say, “Now, tell each other that you’re sorry.” Those words are usually followed by a squeaky, small, and insincere chorus of “sorry.” The word has been said, but a real apology hasn’t been made. This doesn’t just happen with kids either. We adults often fail in our apologies just like the kids. Watch my #FamilyFriday to learn how to really apologize.
Part of learning to be a problem-solver is learning to be a peace-maker. Owning and admitting our wrong in any situation is necessary to bringing a conflict to an appropriate resolution. Most of us ruin our apologies with a few simple words. Watch my video to learn the best way to ruin an apology…and how we can avoid this common problem. #FamilyFriday