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Raising A Godly Child – Things Parents Can Do

One of the greatest factors parents can offer, to guide a child into a relationship with Jesus Christ is to live a godly life. Godly living can capture the curiosity of children and make them eager to learn more about God, encourage them to read the Bible, and attend church.

Raising a child in the world today presents a variety of challenges and obstacles that make life even more difficult for Christian parents. One of those challenges is passing on your faith to your children whose time may be consumed with video games, youth sports and the peer pressures that come with going to school.

The good news is there are things parents can do to raise godly children and there are ways to share your faith with them that can be more engaging and beneficial to the family as a whole.

Part of sharing your faith with your children means reading the Bible with them in a way that makes the stories come alive. By finding an age-appropriate Bible, you can create family-fun times while helping mold your child’s Christian values. Make family devotions and Bible reading an important part of your weekly schedule instead of watching a movie or hitting up the local pizza shop. You’ll be amazed at the transformation a little quality, godly, family time can inspire.

READ ALSO: 8 Strategies To Help Your Teenagers Love God

Sharing your faith doesn’t have to be so difficult. Start by living it in your own life so your kids can observe your example. Show them the value you place on a relationship with God by finding ways to be a true blessing in all aspects of your daily life. Kids learn best by example and modeling your faith is the best example they will ever see.

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About Yvonne I. Wilson (774 Articles)
Yvonne is a positive thinker, a catalyst for change, and a conduit through which holistic healing takes place and destiny is fulfilled. Her ministry through her blog, Empowerment Moments, came at a very low point in her life and was born out of much adversity, persecution, physical abuses, and rejection to the point of her being suicidal. She was left feeling defeated and shrunk back by fear. But through some miraculous means, God has given her pain purpose and a unique voice through which He speaks to touch the untouchable, to reach the unreachable and to empower, inspire, motivate, encourage and uplift the hurting and spiritually wounded to bring about healing and wholeness - mind, body, soul and spirit, one person at a time.

2 Comments on Raising A Godly Child – Things Parents Can Do

  1. Great post! I absolutely agree with you! Living by example definitely speaks louder than words. Thank you for sharing! ~Blessings~

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    • Hi Rebecca

      So nice to see you again. Trusting all is well with you and family. Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts on this post. It is true that we should lead by our example – a good one that is.

      Continue to enjoy the rest of the weekend and have a great week ahead. Cheers! 🙂

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