Parenting for Faith – 7 – Affirmation
God said, of Jesus, “This is my beloved son, in whom I am well pleased.” Do we affirm our children so they know they have something to offer to society and to God? Affirmation specific examples and principles to help affirm our children and the children of others.
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We’re finishing a series about how to pass faith on to our children. It’s called Parenting for Faith. We’re on the seventh and final presentation in that series. This one is called Affirmation.
As we talk about this, it’s not as much about affirming our children as it is about helping them to understand that they’re affirmed by God. Every child is a child of God. Each one of them has a gift from God. Each one has a purpose. Each one has capabilities. Each one has a role in the plan of God. Each one is special. Today’s presentation is about helping them find all of these things and, eventually, fulfill their destiny with God.
How would we like to be able to do that for your children? Would you like to be used of God for that purpose in their lives? Well we’re going to learn about God’s affirming spirit and how to tap into it with our kids. We’re going to get into that right now.