I write because I’m raising kings. I write because I have a job to do! I write because I was created to worship.
I’ve been entrusted with the burden to teach children their true identity as heirs to the kingdom of God!
I write because the best inheritance you can leave to your child, is a relationship with God!
I love God, and I will feed His sheep!
The importance of literacy in a child's development. Literacy is essential to developing a strong sense of well-being and citizenship. Children who have developed strong reading skills perform better in school and have a healthier self-image. They become lifelong learners and sought-after employees.
We must also teach our children that though life is hard, everything is possible through hope, faith and prayer. No matter what our kids face, God is with them all the time. And when they challenge and question our beliefs and claims, we must embrace their resistance in a positive way Above all, we must make sure our children know we love them.
A parent's example is often the single-most important factor in leading a child to pursue a relationship with Jesus Christ. Without applying pressure, parents who demonstrate godly living and genuine transformation can make a child want to know more about God, read the Bible, attend church, and eventually ask Jesus Christ to be their Savior.
We are our children's first spiritual leader. Lead by example. First, as a parent, you must live out your faith in your own life. It is impossible to give away something you don't have. Kids can spot a phony from a mile away. They're looking for the real deal from their parents. Living your faith starts with simple things, like showing love, kindness, and generosity. If your kids see you blessing others, it will become a natural way of life for them.