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The real question is: Will you commit to passing your faith on to your kids? It doesn't happen automatically. Just living in your home doesn't mean your kids are catching your faith.
Students have to buy college papers for different reasons. Some of them can’t cope with the workload because studying seems too difficult for them, others have problems in personal life. The transition from school and college is always stressful since you have to leave your family and move to a new city or even country. Children and moving away from parents, and, therefore, feel stressed. Faith is what can connect them, but young people don’t realize the power of God. This initiative and many other projects aim to help parents instill the proper values in their children and also build healthy relationships with them no matter where they are.
Although you may send your kids to a Christian School, or take them to Sunday School or other church activities, God designed the family to be the place where spiritual values are passed on to kids. You are the primary spiritual trainer of your child.
The Family Challenge is part of a global initiative to motivate and train parents to be the primary spiritual trainers of their own children. Being spiritual leaders is not optional. It’s the way God designed that his values be passed on to the next generation.
When you commit to taking the Family Challenge, your commitment is primarily between you and God. When you sign up on this site your commitment will be an encouragement to others to take the challenge as well. Statistics are compiled of parents from all over North America and around the world who also are taking the Family Challenge.
As this site develops you'll have opportunity to share what resources you use to help you pass your faith to your kids. More to come. Thanks for your participation.
To view the sponsors of the 4/14 Family Challenge and this website, click here.