Make Sure Your Child Is Raised Correctly.
It's critical for families to make regular church attendance a priority. Regularly
If you can, look for an attractive congregation with young couples and families and one with a great children's program in your community. If you're going to church with your family, you want the experience to be positive and spiritually uplifting for everyone. Make an effort to participate in the various activities offered by your chosen church, such as Sunday school classes and Bible studies, as well as women's organizations and other such groups.
Summertime is a great time to sign your kids up for Vacation Bible School (VBS).
Your children should attend Vacation Bible School if your preferred church does not provide it. In most cases, it's free to attend, though there may be a little cost. Vocational Bible School (VBS) lasts one week (typically in June) and involves a range of fun activities that teach children how to apply the Bible to their daily lives.
There are two ways to enjoy music: by watching DVDs or by listening to CDs.
When done in a way that is both amusing and informative, children's movies can be an excellent teaching tool for reinforcing God's message. Music can also be a great way to learn new things. Songs with scripture in the lyrics can be found on music CDs, which may be beneficial to some. There are some great selections at your local Family Christian Stores. Wow Hits 2015 is playing in the background of our vehicle.
Read aloud to your children from a children's Bible every day.
A great children's Bible called The Beginner's Bible: Timeless Children's Stories was given to us for my daughter, and she adores it. Because of the passage of time, she's now nine years old and reading the NIV Adventure Bible. You can choose a reading schedule and spend a few minutes each day reading with your child, or you can make your Bible reading more meaningful by combining it with a daily devotional.
Join a friend in reading the Daily Devotionals.
Amazon has a book called The One Year Mother-Daughter Devotion that we've been enjoying. We read a daily devotional from the book, along with the Bible passage that goes with it, every night before we go to sleep. There are numerous good children's devotionals on the market. We also like another book by the same author, God and Me! : Devotions for Girls Ages 2-5.
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