Family Bible Time
As we seek to help our kids become fully devoted followers of Jesus, it’s important that we give them opportunities to embrace the Five Marks of a Disciple. One of these marks is Pursuit; the desire to know Christ personally above all things. Our kids will come to know Christ when they seek him through personal spiritual practices like Bible reading and prayer.
Family Bible time is going to look different for everyone. There’s no right or wrong way to do it; what matters is that you’re teaching your kids the importance of prioritizing a relationship with Jesus. This article has some helpful tips for getting started.
For an example of what your Family Bible time could look like, check out this Devotional Guide.
Here are some kid-friendly Bible reading plans that you can follow. For younger kids, you might want to split the readings into smaller chunks.
Conversations With Your Kids
- The first page outlines what Crosspoint thinks about children and communion
- The second page gives you a chance to understand and reflect on the meaning of communion
- And the third & fourth pages provide some tips as well as concrete language to think through the best way to explain communion to your child—regardless of their age.
Tips to help your preschooler confront their fears while still protecting their trust in and relationship with you.
Tips to help your elementary-aged child confront their fears and develop their own tools for managing anxiety.
Crosspoint Kids Music
Check out this collection of songs to hear some of our Crosspoint Kids favourites with links to listen and sing along at home.
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