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One on One

Activities to help nurture faith.

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Take your child on a one-on-one outing (a long walk, a trip to the ice-cream store, etc.). Find a relaxed moment and ask them, “When you think about God, what do you think He’s like?” Ask your child to be expansive in his or her answer so you can fully understand their thoughts. The purpose of this activity is to find out whether your child sees God as a loving father, an angry judge or somewhere in between. As you seek to give your child a full understanding of God, it is important to know where your child is starting from. In a quiet moment after this activity, write down your child’s thoughts in a journal so you can see how your child will come to understand more fully over time.

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