Should You Be Bringing Your Kids To Church?
Studies show that many people who have been out of church, or who never attended church, start going to church when they have kids. But is that actually the best decision for your kids?
In today’s episode, Dani is going to share her own experience with taking her kids to church, along with sharing some stories from others.
In This Episode You Will Learn:
- That while church can be a positive experience for your kids and an important community for your family, you are ultimately the biggest influence on your kids’ relationships with God.
- Why a church building is not a guarantee that your kids will turn into perfect adolescents and adults.
- Exactly what God says about raising your kids to know Him, and why you are the best person for that job.
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