Children have many physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. On top of all the other responsibilities of adults, parents have an obligation to address these needs for their children.
Unfortunately, after physical and emotional needs are met, many parents neglect addressing the spiritual needs of their kids. Parents must find a way to prioritize the spiritual development of their kids.
1 Creative Way to Invest in the Spiritual Development of Children
Is it wise to give pastors and sunday school teachers all the responsibility in guiding our children’s spiritual development? Does this approach line up with the teaching of Scripture? Parents have all kinds of tiring and time-consuming responsibilities to deal with, and it may seem impossible to invest in the spiritual development of their children every day. But parents should consider the words of Christ: “What good is it for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their soul?”
If you struggle to find the time to invest in the spiritual development of your children each day, think about buying a digital recording of the Bible. Consider playing these recordings in the car on the way to or from school or during some other commute. I am not trying to suggest that you need to transform your car into a church every time you drive around with your kids. I am suggesting that if parents think outside the box a little bit, they can come up with many ways to invest daily in the spiritual development of their kids and turn down the powerful influence of sinful music, entertainment, and other negative aspects of our culture.
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