3. CONDUCT FAMILY DEVOTIONS WITH YOUR FAMILY
2 Timothy 3:15 says: “And that from a child thou hast known the holy Scriptures, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus.”
Be concerned for the over-all well-being of your children. This means their spiritual, physical, and emotional well-being. Be concerned enough to earnestly bring about positive and constructive changes.
4. WATCH OVER YOUR CHILDREN’S WELL-BEING
This means their spiritual, physical, and emotional well-being. Be concerned enough to earnestly bring about positive and constructive changes.
5. BE RELATIONAL TO YOUR CHILDREN
Take time to converse in a positive, friendly way, as regularly as possible, depending upon the age of your children. In most cases, daily.
6. SHOW GENUINE INTEREST IN THE THINGS THAT INTEREST YOUR CHILDREN
Talk to them about the books they like to read, the hobbies they enjoy, their sporting activities, the food they love to eat, the wholesome movies they like to watch, the friends they have, and much more.
7. TAKE YOUR CHILDREN TO FUN PLACES
Take your little children to places where they can have fun on the swings and slides etc. Take them for walks in the woods and around the rocks at the beach. Take them to creeks and caves.
To be continued.