The question we get from many mothers and fathers when the spread of the corona virus dominates the news is, “What is practically the best way to do family devotions?”
Could it be that despite all the uncertainties and fears associated with this pandemic, you will have the opportunity to make the most of this unexpected extra time together?
My wife Jean and I have been devoted to our boys all our lives. On the way we noticed that “serious” doesn’t have to mean “boring” or “boring”. Fortunately, there is no way for mothers and fathers to pass their faith on to their children.
Jean prefers formal times of reading and devotion. Her degree is in biochemistry, so it suits her personality to start a lesson with the creativity and skill of a schoolteacher. My boys always responded well to it.
I am spontaneous and easy going. I talk to the boys about the Bible when we do routine activities.
The point is, however you go about life, bring the presence of God into it.
Jonathan and Kanika Evans accompany us in our focus on the family program “Growing closer through family devotions. Jonathan is a motivational speaker, the chaplain of the Dallas Cowboys and the son of Dr. Tony Evans. Together, he and Kanika are the hardworking parents of four children under the age of eight. You have some great ideas that can help make your family devotions instantly more effective and enjoyable.
And prepare yourself tomorrow for a special program with which you can respond to the outbreak of the coronavirus with confidence and common sense. You won’t want to miss it!
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