Articles and resources from the Parenting for Faith team and church leaders on how to grow a culture where parenting for faith and your families can flourish.
For what this looks like in a children’s, youth and family work setting, or when working with the community, see our Children’s, Families and Youth work topics, which also include training articles for your team.
For more about specifically equipping families using our free course, and working more directly with parents and carers, please see our Equipping and Supporting Families topic, which also has resources for supporting families who are experiencing challenging circumstances.
Many of us will have school leavers in our church congregations, and some of those leavers will be heading off to university in the Autumn. How can we wrap around these young adults to ensure a smooth transition, as they venture into the world and learn how to live a Christian life away from the safety of their families and home churches?
Grandparents are often very active in the lives of their grandchildren - and even if they're not involved on a daily basis, research shows that their impact when it comes to the faith of their grandchildren is huge.
It’s wonderful when parents and carers bring babies or toddlers for an infant baptism or a dedication service. How can we make the most of this opportunity by making them feel welcome, loved and supported?
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