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This past weekend we began our study How Not to Be a Heretic , about what modern Christians can learn from ancient heresies, but it will only really ramp up this coming Sunday. In any event, there is no time like the present.
Start attending Bible study. Be spurred on by your fellow believers to dig more deeply into the Scriptures. Which brings me to….
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Making this a regular habit can be more difficult for many people even than getting daily exercise. I get it. Start with just a brief amount of time— minutes to get started.
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- Pray together regularly?
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- Share your spiritual lives?
Yes, you! Choir enables you to grow deeper by learning wonderful texts joined to music that will fill your soul and lift your spirit. But you may found that music gives you more delight than you knew. How does this help you to grow deeper? The chalice is a beautiful expression of what St.
The cup of blessing that we bless, is it not a participation in the blood of Christ? The bread that we break, is it not a participation in the body of Christ? Because there is one bread, we who are many are one body, for we all partake of the one bread. One of the most enriching and too-oft neglected exercises for faith can be to read about the life of a great Christian saint. Waiting on God, if we do it correctly, is anything but passive. Waiting works its way out in very deliberate actions, very intentionally searching the Scriptures and praying, intense moments of humility, and self-realization of our finiteness.
With the waiting comes learning. Both were equally true. God wants to change us in them.
All Quotes Add A Quote. Wayne Stiles. Books by Wayne Stiles. Pick a faith-based subject to Google with your kids e. Look at several of the articles from different viewpoints together. Talk about how to evaluate all the conflicting ideas you see online. Watch a science DVD series from a Christian perspective. Learn about Christian persecution worldwide. In many countries, Christians are being persecuted. Open Doors USA is one organization that works on raising awareness of this.
Use their site to help your kids gain more perspective on what the cost of following Jesus can be and talk about how you can help.
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Encourage your kids to invite a friend to church. Have a conversation with your kids beforehand to help them fully understand why sharing our faith is important. Introduce logic games. Critical thinking is so important in faith development today! Visit a different church another denomination or religion. Then discuss the difference in beliefs and practices versus your own…and why they differ. Break down the meaning of a worship song. Get a new Bible game to play as a family. Take a family spiritual inventory and act on it accordingly.
Get everyone thinking by identifying categories like prayer, Bible study, church attendance, service, and conversations. Take action on areas for improvement!
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Write letters to God. Have each family member take 10 minutes to write a letter to God. Share your letters. Print an internet meme to discuss. Do a Bible timeline activity. In my opinion, one of the greatest problems with biblical literacy today is understanding how the whole Bible fits together as one story of salvation history. When kids grow up without that understanding as I did , the Bible is just a jigsaw of unconnected stories with questionable relevance.
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Pick one and work through it this summer.