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One on One

Activities to help nurture faith.

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This month’s activity is a game that your family can play easily around the dinner table, outside on the porch in the evening, or after morning devotions together. Have several Christian approaches to situations ready for discussion (such as giving to the poor, praying for the sick, worshipping God in church and other places, having a Christlike servant’s attitude at home, school, or work, etc.) and ask your children which of the three virtues (faith, hope, and love) each approach mainly demonstrates. Hopefully there will be a variety of responses, with different people seeing different virtues more prominent in the same situation, which can lead into a family discussion of how these three virtues interlink throughout all of our life and behavior as followers of Jesus Christ.

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