Some of the most beautiful passages of scripture involve people who pour out their hearts in expressive worship. In churches, worship often means singing, but Christians shouldn’t feel constrained in their praise of God. In the Bible, there are many different ways people offer praise and adoration. Here are some of the most inspiring:
Children today seem to intuitively understand how technology works. Early on, they learn how to tap, swipe, and select their way into their favorite apps. The good news is technology can help kids learn more about God’s love and the promises of a Christian life.
The beginning of the school year is a busy time. Children greet the start of school with excitement, nervousness, and maybe even a little fear. As the days pass, give your children the strength they need to live in faith in any environment. Cultivate the fruit of the Spirit in your family with constant reminders of God’s promises. We’ve compiled seven of His promises to us that can keep students (and parents) strong throughout the school year. You might even want to share these verses with your little one by writing them on notes and sneaking them in his or her lunchbox.
Fostering a child’s connection to God is one of the most important tasks parents undertake. However, young children have limited attention spans that can make building strong devotional habits difficult. To make an impact, devotions for kids must be relatively short and engaging. Consider some of the top ways you can start encouraging strong devotional habits today: