Parenting for Faith happens in the ordinary, everyday bits of life. Here you will find stories about families’ unique journeys of parenting for faith as well as posts helping you think through what parenting for faith might look like in your home.
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Today's parents are all too aware of the easy availability of pornography. How do we start and maintain healthy conversations with our children and teens around this area, and what do we do if and when our children have an encounter with porn?
When we have prayed for our children to come to know Jesus for themselves, when we've nurtured their faith and created opportunities for them to grow, it can feel devastating when they make the decision to turn away from Jesus. But there is always hope.
What happens when a child or teenager is let down by the church? When they suffer church hurt? Will they walk away from God forever - or is it possible to parent them for faith through this painful season?
Through current affairs and social media, we are becoming more aware than ever of the presence of institutional racism in various sectors of society. How can we parent for faith in a way that raises our children to be godly allies in the fight against racism?
There are multiple scenarios in which we might take a children to a new church or Christian experience - perhaps whilst on holiday, for a family baptism, or attending a Christian festival. How can we ensure that, whether the experience is positive or negative, our children's faith is built as a result?
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