I am in the midst of a series about Abraham. Yesterday was on Abraham and Hagar. I could not deal with the story without dealing with the issue of Abraham's sin of adultery no matter the cultural norm. In our early service we do not have a nursery or children's program because 99% of the people are older. But into this service come visitors with 2 7-8 year olds. I had some anxious moments because of fearing I would provoke some questions for parents later on. But finally decided to go ahead full blast on the importance of Biblical moral standards rather than accepting what a society says, feeling that God knew who would be in the service when He led me to preach it. From glancing at the kids during that section of the sermon, I feel reasonably certain that it went over their heads, but I still felt kind of strange. Ever had that happen?