The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the clarion call of Deuteronomy 6:6-9, which reminds us that family is the place where faith is established, nurtured, and grown. Increasingly, we are seeing churches and families come to the realisation that parents are primarily responsible for their childrens’ spiritual development, with churches playing more of a supplemental training and equipping role.
In a world that values academic excellence and material success over spiritual growth, why should parents pay attention to their children's spiritual health and maturity? What does the Bible say the role of parents is? And how can parents be effective disciple-makers in their own home?
This series of workshops aim to answer the questions of why faith at home is so critical, and how, with practice and lots of heart, any parent can fulfil the mandate of Proverbs 22:6 - “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”
We really hope you can join us on this learning and growing journey. At this 2-session workshop, you will hear many stories of our pitfalls and you can learn from our mistakes. You will also get a glimpse of local researches and data about the state of family. Of course, we will also share some strategies and best practices that you can adapt for your own faith at home journey.
Cost: $50 per couple/registration.
Register at bit.ly/ttbfah2021 ; Closes 10 Sep 2021