With the world around you becoming secular, the most common question you have as a parent is how you can raise godly children. When your little ones go to school, it is common for their peers to ask them questions.
However, that doesn’t mean you should let things be, as there are several ways to ensure your children continue to believe in God. While you will face challenges, you get the opportunity to show your little ones how to lead their lives. Here are three keys which will help you raise godly children in this time and age:
Ask questions about faith
There will be times when non-believers will question the faith your children have in God. When put in such a situation, they won’t know how to respond. Instead, you should prepare your children by asking them questions about the faith. The discussions you have will be interesting and great. By addressing the problems they might face beforehand, they will gain a deeper understanding of the faith.
Teach them to be leaders
Children should understand it is okay to be different from other people. Just because their peers believe in something else, doesn’t mean they should also do the same. In other words, you should teach them to be leaders, rather than followers. They should be able to stand up for themselves, especially in a time where greater number of people are non-believers.
Study the Bible with your children
The best way to ensure your children understand the importance of faith is to read and study the Bible with them. You should create a schedule where you and your little ones can learn about the Bible every week. Make it a fun process, so that your children want to continue reading it regularly. By knowing more about the Bible, they will understand the power that resides in its writing.
These are the three ways you can raise Godly children and ensure they continue to understand why believing in faith is important!