Redeem Your Time by Worshipping Together
As we consider how to redeem our days by making the best use of our time, it's appropriate to discuss the act of family worship.
Deuteronomy 6:4-9 describes the command to teach our children the truth of God's Word as we go throughout the day. The Lord calls parents to take every opportunity throughout the day to point our kids and teens to God, whether it's in the car, at the ballfield, or around the dinner table. Simply put, parents should seek to make worship a natural part of their family rhythm. One of the best ways to do this is to set aside intentional time to worship God as a family on a day-to-day basis. This is called family worship and as Don Whitney says, it should include reading the Bible, praying together, and singing God's truth over each other.
Throughout the history of the church, family worship has been a priority. But over the years, this discipline has, for many, fallen by the wayside. In today's resources, we encourage all parents to take the first step of implementing family worship and we provide encouragement on how to make it a normal part of your daily rhythm.
What is Family Worship?
Developing Rhythms of Worship
5 Ways to Engage Teens in Family Worship
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