Passing on a Godly Heritage

Teaching Godliness Part 2 ~ Going to Church

Posted by on Jun 1, 2010 in Passing on a Godly Heritage | 2 comments

A few weeks ago I started discussing ways that we as parents can pass on a love for the Lord to our children.  The first way I mentioned was that we ourselves must have a love for the Lord if we expect our kids to love Him.  The phrase, “Do as I say, not as I do” is, unfortunately, many parent’s mindset when it comes to things of the Lord. However, if we have a passion for Christ, our children are sure to see this in our lives and have more of a desire to pursue Him.

Today I’m going to highlight one avenue that each parent should use when teaching their children about the Lord. This is the biblical concept of attending church. Hebrews 10:25 states, “Forsake not the assembling of yourselves together.” We are commanded in Scripture to make church attendance a practice in our lives. (Click here for a more lengthy explanation on the importance of attending church). Below I’ve listed some practical reminders for going to church.

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Teaching Godliness Part 1 ~ Monkey See, Monkey Do

Posted by on May 10, 2010 in Passing on a Godly Heritage | 2 comments

Last weekend a dear friend and I were discussing how to teach and train our children to have a genuine love for the Lord.  Many children in today’s world turn into adults that have a form of godliness but no relationship or depth of knowledge of our great God.  Since this conversation my mind has been reeling with this topic.  How can I as a mother hand my faith off to my daughter?  How can I train her to love the Lord with all of her heart, mind, soul, and strength?  How do I practically live in obedience to Christ to make disciples of all men – including my children?

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