Make prayer a part of your daily routine. Pray at mealtimes, in the car, before bed and more.
2. Bible study
Read the Bible with your child along with a good Bible storybook. This is how they learn about Jesus in action and as they hear the stories, it helps them develop ways to connect with Jesus.
3. Church involvement
The Sabbath needs to be a special day for many reasons, the most important being the opportunity to participate in a formal time to worship God and celebrate the life of Jesus.
4. Service to others
As children serve alongside their parents, they catch a greater vision of who Jesus is and develop a deep heart connection with Him and for others. Service to others increases your child’s spirituality exponentially.
5. Godly play
As children play and use their imaginations (especially in a spiritual setting), they experience Jesus in their own way. Powerful connections can be forged in this way.
6. Nature nurture
Taking your child on a trip into the great outdoors, to the beach, camping, climbing a mountain or even to the zoo is a great way for your child to connect with the Creator. Another way is to watch the stars on a still clear night.
7. Memory events
Camps, weeks of worship and other church-organised events are also excellent ways for your child to gain a sense of something bigger than themselves and to connect with Jesus in a powerful way. The key is to build these events into your child’s life regularly. They are connecting anchor points for the soul.
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