This month at Visionary Womanhood we’re discussing relationships. As I write this post, I’m again reminded how important it is to raise my children for God’s glory.
It’s an awesome thing to consider that God cares about our children even more than we do! And part of that care is the clear instruction in His Word for us parents on the relationships our children will have in life. A huge part of parenting is the process of teaching our children how to function in the world of relationships. Many of these lessons must be learned at an early age in order to maintain a safety net for them to grow into adulthood. We parents have an incredibly complicated duty to fill as the caregiver, guide, custodian, and counselor for this process.
You can read about God’s tools for guiding and protecting our children in the area of relationships over at Visionary Womanhood. I share a bit about:
- Relationship With God First
- Relationship With Parents
- Relationships Outside the Family
- Can We Trust The Adults in Our Children’s World?
There’s so much to cover on this topic, so please add to this discussion if you have ideas to help in this journey!
He who walks with wise men will be wise, but the companion of fools will suffer harm. Proverbs 13:20