Making Devotions Fun For Kids With Proverbs Chapter 1
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Do you find it hard to teach your children the importance of faith?
Having family devotions can be an impossible mission, 
but Wisdom For Kids makes it 
fun and easy.
Here are some ideas to keep your kids involved and enthusiastic.
  • If you’ve never established a regular family devotion time, it’s never too late! 
  • The younger your kids are, the briefer your devotion time will probably need to be.
  • If possible, stick to a regular devotion time. Kids work well with routines, so try to make your devotions happen at a certain time each day.
  • ​Get your kids involved! They’ll be more likely to pay attention, feel important and comprehend what they’re reading or hearing. 
  • Having fun picture books like Wisdom For Kids can also make devotions easier to follow for young kids.
  • ​Good times include: at family meal times (before or after eating) or before bedtime.
  • Devotions are a great time for kids to discuss, ask questions and explore hard-to-grasp concepts. Encourage your kids to open up about their thoughts and questions.
  • ​If you don’t know how to answer a question, be honest - tell your child that you’ll look for the answer. Follow up by doing your own research or by talking to your pastor or other parents.
  • ​​Make sure you’re spending your own quiet time alone with God. Your kids will learn the importance of spiritual discipline if they see it exemplified in your own life.
  • ​Be careful not to make spirituality a chore. The best way to make sure your kids are growing in Christ is to create a Christ-centered home atmosphere, pray for them and with them, and ask the Lord to guide their spiritual maturity.
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You can trust that "he who began a good work in [them] will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus." Phil. 1:6