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Love & Relationships Day 18

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Scripture: Isaiah 38:19 The living, the living—they praise you, as I am doing today; parents tell their children about your faithfulness.

Devotional: Here’s another example of how you produce godly offspring: worship with your kids and tell them how God has been faithful in your life. You may not feel like you have a powerful story, but you do have a story. 

  • How did you come to know Christ?
  • What difference has He made in your life?
  • What hopes do you have as you seek to grow in Him?
  • What areas are you doing your best to surrender to Him?
  • How do you want Him to transform your life?

These are all great ongoing conversations to have with your kids.  Be willing to be a bit vulnerable and transparent with them.  And encourage them to share these things with you in the various seasons of their lives. 

Raising godly children is a process, not a science. Be real about the challenges and joys of faith.  And don’t be afraid of their hard questions. Wrestle with them together and seek God’s Word for answers. 

You’ll be glad you did.


  • Take some time this week to have an authentic conversation with your kid(s) about your faith story- and theirs.

Love & Relationships Day 17

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Scripture(s): Deuteronomy 6:6-9 These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts,  Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.  Tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Write them on the doorframes of your houses and on your gates.

Proverbs 22:6 Direct your children onto the right path, and when they are older, they will not leave it.

Devotional: Here’s where the real work begins; teaching your children to walk in the way of the Lord.  In order to do that, you have to be walking in His ways yourself.  Are you immersing yourself in God’s Word? Seeking to follow Him? Chances are the answer is yes, if you’re engaging in these devotions.  But how do you take that to the next step and pass that on to your children?

Unfortunately, many parents feel ill-equipped to teach their children about walking with God.  Mostly because they feel like they don’t have it all figured out themselves. Reality is, none of us do.  And having all the answers isn’t the point. 

According to this passage, you teach your child by keeping God close to your heart, walking together in this faith journey. You learn God’s commands and way of life through His Word.  You talk about it while you’re hanging at home and driving in the car. You make His Word visible all around you and you practice what it says. This is a together thing. And whatever you lack in knowledge, you’ll make up for in your sincere desire to figure it out together as you go, displaying a heart and passion to know Jesus and to make Him known to your kids. 


  • What are you doing to walk with your kids in following Jesus?

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