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Wednesday, January 7, 2015


If you have young children or grandchildren, you have been asked, “Why?”  Probably several times, back to back.
When our oldest was young we put him on a 20 minute break for asking questions.  He would watch the clock and as soon as 20 minutes was up, the questions started again.  That is how they learn.

But there are some whys that we as parents and grandparents need to answer before they are asked.
  • Why do I need to read the Bible?
  • Why do I need to go to church?
  • Why do I need to trust Christ?
How you answer those questions are going to shape how your kids or grandkids are going to develop in those areas.

The best way to answer these is not with words but with your life.  The kids and grandkids need to catch you doing these things.  Demonstration through your life is a really effective way to begin a conversation on these issues.

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