As you may recall from past posts I’ve written, our family does a nightly worship time together, consisting of Bible study, singing and prayer. We’ve been doing it for about two years now, and we’re constantly evolving what we do to make sure it’s having the spiritual impact it should for both us and our kids.
Today I’m guest posting about our experiences with it on the blog of the National Center for Biblical Parenting. Click here to check out my “8 Tips for Developing an Impactful Family Worship Time.”
Whether you’ve never considered doing a family worship time or have been doing one for a while, this post will give you some ideas on what might work well for your family. I can tell you that nothing…absolutely nothing…we’ve done has impacted our young kids’ spiritual lives more than our nightly time together. And I promise it’s easy to do. Go check out my post and you’ll see what I mean.
On a side note, be sure to also check out the amazing array of Christian parenting resources offered by the National Center for Biblical Parenting here.
I’d love to hear your thoughts on family worship. Do you do it? If so, what does your time look like? If not, what is your biggest challenge in getting started?