Tag Archives : Prayer

Grandparents Need Prayer Too 2

“Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.” (Galatians 6:2 ESV) Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Whole Bible says that to “bear one another’s burdens” “directs us to sympathize with one another under the various trials and troubles that we may meet with, and to be ready to afford each other the […]

Biblical Grandparenting

First Steps in Biblical Grandparenting – Part Two 2

Most grandparents dream of sharing about their lives with their grandchildren. What about you? What part of your life do you want to tell your grandchildren about? One of the most important things we should be talking about with our grandchildren is our beliefs in God and in His word. God set forth the need […]

What If I Didn’t? 1

“For He established a testimony in Jacob, and appointed a law in Israel, Which He commanded our fathers, that they should make them known to their children; That the generation to come might know them, the children who would be born, That they may arise and declare them to their children, that they may set […]

Biblical Grandparenting

A Family Legacy

“The culture is at war with your children for their hearts and minds.” – Dr. James Dobson We sat at D6 2013 and listened carefully as Dr. James Dobson challenged those in attendance to be intentional in creating a family legacy. He recounted many stories of the spiritual legacy of his family including a story […]

How to Teach Your Child to Pray 2

Last week we talked about why we teach our children to pray.  Let’s face it.  Most of us know why, but we don’t know how.  Below are 7 fundamental things about prayer that you, as a parent should be teaching your child, no matter what age.  Prayer is a part of our worship of God, […]

Why Teach Prayer

Why Teach Your Child to Pray 2

One of the first things that I was so excited to teach my daughter was how to pray.  Over the years I have heard some parents be perfectly happy with and encouraging others to just teach children a statement to recite as a prayer.  I assume their hope was that it would teach them the […]