If our children, even infants, are held in such high regard by our Savior, then starting early in their spiritual formation seems to be a faithful and honoring action to take.
In Praise of Ordinary, Popsicle-Type Summer Days
The pathway to conversations about the gospel is often found in life’s everyday moments. It’s in the beautiful ordinary that we have the chance to point our child toward their extraordinary Savior.
As a parent I can provide spiritual “snacks” on God’s Word throughout the week to supplement the meals of Bible study and worship we enjoy with our church community.
Fuel for a Faithful Future: How Parents Can Use National Nutrition Month as an Opportunity for Discipleship
Consuming God’s Word through Bible reading and weekly worship strengthens us for periods of fear, doubt, suffering and sadness.
God our Father and Christ our Brother, help us to live as the family you have created us to be for one another.
Food is not the problem; food is a gift from God. Sin is the problem, and for that Christ came and died.
Parents are irreplaceable and need to be engaged, encouraged, and equipped so that they can lead their homes in partnership with the local church.