Family and their immediate community surround children most of their growing years. Their influence on children’s lives emotionally, spiritually and career-wise is undeniable. Since the discipleship process begins for those in Christian households at home, how do we as families take the opportunity to not only disciple our kids but influence other families in our community?
A family living in a restricted country have used the KidsHubs Drama & Gardening sessions with a small group of 2 -3 other families as a way of meeting and growing together. The father responsible for leading the group spoke of how much the children enjoyed their time together because of the interactive nature of the sessions. He chose parts of each session to suit the different families in their group. He said the KidsHubs sessions “gave him courage” to try this new approach of small group disciple making with families.
If you want to read further about the importance of parents being disciple makers of their children read this article from the latest Aim Lower Journal.
Or check out www.letstalkfamily.org to see how you can be involved in global conversations about family.