When we think about stewardship, we tend to focus on certain areas more than others. If you’ve been around church for long, you’ve probably heard a sermon describing how everything you have—including your money, your time, and your talents—is a gift God gives that you need to manage well.
But for those of us who are parents, there’s something even more important we must steward well: our relationship with our children.
God gives us a brief window to train our children and prepare them to make a difference in the world. Yes, if you’re a parent, you’ll help guide them for the rest of your life, but you have a unique opportunity to influence their lives during their childhood and adolescence.
Every parent has four main responsibilities to their kids as they guide them:
- Prepare your kids to face all seasons of life.
- Protect your kids in storms.
- Play with your kids for fun.
- Point your kids to God.
If you’re a parent, nothing you’ll do in this life will be more important than fulfilling these responsibilities to your kids. But how do you do that in a way…Continue Reading