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Are Sundays Good for Babies? | ORBC Shares

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Are Sundays Good for Babies?

written by Megan Hill for The Gospel Coalition

“Sundays may mean disrupted naps and delayed meals, but our children are trading earthly provision for something far better for their undying souls. On Sundays, everything is rearranged so that they might hear the Word proclaimed in the power of the Spirit. Every Sunday, parents have an opportunity to bring their little ones to Jesus.”

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Investing Motherhood for Eternity | ORBC Shares

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Investing Motherhood for Eternity

written by Danielle Hitchen for Tiny Theologians

“It is a great BIG responsibility to point our kids to Christ.  To steward something is to provide responsible management for the “talents” God has entrusted to your care. As you consider how to steward your gifts, remember God offers you abundant grace in addition to the power of the Holy Spirit.”

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Jesus Can Redeem Your Parenting (Yes, Even Yours) | ORBC Shares

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Jesus Can Redeem Your Parenting (Yes, Even Yours)

written by David McLemore for Gospel-Centered Discipleship

“Jesus is a Redeemer means no parent, no matter their failures, is too far from his grace when it comes to discipling their children.”

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How Can Parents Encourage Kids to Own Their Faith as They Grow Up? | ORBC Shares

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How Can Parents Encourage Kids to Own Their Faith as They Grow Up?

written by Trevin Wax for Eternal Perspective Ministries

“For decades now, many Christians have assumed that certain church programs are the key factors in a child’s spiritual development: Vacation Bible school, youth group activities, Sunday school, and so on. But the research study shows that these programs make an impact when they are connected to consistent habits of prayer, Bible reading, praise, and service. It’s the culture of the family and church, and that they integrate children and young people into spiritual disciplines, not the how that matters most.”

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The Joyful Responsibility of Discipling Our Children | ORBC Shares

The Joyful Responsibility of Discipling Our Children

written by Jill Nelson for Children Desiring God

“Parents desire many things to be true of our children as they grow and mature. For example, we want our children to be loving, respectful, caring, productive, motivated, resilient, happy, and more. All are good things and worthwhile goals and require some measure of our time and attention as we instruct and train our children toward these goals.”

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