PRACTICING YOUR FAITH SKILLS WITH YOUR CHILD
By Holly Crawshaw
If you’re a parent who is growing in your faith, chances are you want the same thing for your child. It may feel overwhelming to know where to start, but that’s okay. The point is to start somewhere, keeping in mind that it’s never too early to begin making deposits in their spiritual foundation. Helping your child develop a faith that will one day become their own means instilling faith-growing practices into their daily habits.
Take advantage of the time you already have with them in the natural rhythm of your day—during morning time, drive time, bath time, and cuddle time. Start developing these habits now by practicing these four faith skills when they are young . . .
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