10 Ways Parents Can Help Their Children Succeed Spiritually

ChurchLeaders | 10/21/2019 | Staff
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Parents invest heavily in their children, hoping that they can help them succeed in life.

They want to see their children succeed academically. Socially. Financially. Athletically. These are all well and good, but the most important area a parent can help their child succeed in is spiritually.

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Parents are the biggest influence in their child’s spiritual life.

That being said, let’s look at 10 ways parents can help their children succeed spiritually.

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Parents can lead their children to Jesus. This is where it all begins. Helping children understand what it means to follow Jesus. The most important thing a parent will ever do for their child is to share the Gospel with them. When at all possible, I believe parents should the one to lead their child to Jesus.

The parent’s role is not to push their child to a decision. Nor is it to hold them back. The parent’s role is to walk alongside their child and have spiritual conversations about what it means to follow Jesus. As they do this, the Spirit of God will draw the child to salvation at the right time.

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If you are looking for a tool to help parents lead their children to Jesus, then check out Starting Point. It has been used by hundreds of parents to lead their children to Jesus. It includes a class that parents attend with their child to clearly share the Gospel with them.

Make church a priority. We live in a day when being a part of a local body of believers is not a priority for many families. They attend church when it is convenient, but it is not at the top of their priority list.

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It is vital that parents bring their children to church faithfully. And by faithfully, I don’t mean once a month. If parents really want to make a...
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