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“I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things.”
Each of us has a unique virtue and grace assigned to us by God that gives expression to His presence in the earth. We have an inimitable set of skills that comprise our imprint on the world designed to answer a specific need or call in the earth. These talents and virtues were given to us to actively engage them in service to our families, our communities, and the spread of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
“The strength found in the circle of a Godly family can’t be broken.”
Whether our current society would like to admit it or not, the family is the foundation of our society. When families are in alignment with Godly principles society will follow and conversely when they are not, society will follow in the opposite direction. In recently reading this article by Jim and Jessica Hall entitled “Five Principles for Raising a Godly Family”, I identified some key components within the article that I believe will not only be a blessing to you but will serve as a resource that can be utilized to gauge your progress in facilitating a Godly family. It is my prayer as I share this article with you that it blesses you as it has blessed me.
- Dr. Craig L. Oliver, Sr.
Five Principles for Raising a Godly Family
By: Jim and Jessica Hall
Godly families are the bedrock of any spiritual community, and having godly children is a blessing that many parents long for. The big question many are asking is how does one actually produce a godly family. Issues of parenting and family discipline are not easy to advise on, because hard and fast rules are difficult to come by.