- We have wrongfully told parents to drop their kids off at church so that ministry professionals can disciple their children.
- Our children will never be fully discipled if we expect programs to do what God called parents to do.
- Parents are increasingly sacrificing their children’s spiritual priorities for worldly pursuits.
- We are teaching our children by our examples of what is essential and what is expendable.
- Don’t be surprised if your children’s spiritual health does not surpass your personal examples or rhythms.
- God places the burden clearly on parents to be their children’s primary disciple makers.
- Children will most likely be proficient in whatever the parents most eagerly prioritize.
- A wise parent disciples with the biblical message while considering a distinctive method.
- Proverbs are not guaranteed promises, but they are best-case processes.
- The Bible teaches that success is found not in the guarantee of an outcome but in the wisdom of the process.
- While a parent’s specific responsibilities change through the years, the spiritual role never subsides.
- Children – Reject any form of mediocre dedication to the things of the LORD.
- Parents – If you are going to dedicate your child to some pursuit, make sure it has eternal value.
- Doubters – Most children who resent their parents’ faith witnessed a church association without a character transformation.
- Empty-Nesters – Don’t let regret or astonishment cause you to abandon the task of impacting your children.
- Singles – Don’t settle for marrying someone whom you wouldn’t want a child to repeat his or her example.
Your greatest contribution to the Kingdom may not be what you do but whom you disciple.