How to Give Your Kids “Sticky Faith”
page An all-year-round faith
While the “back to school” season provides a jumpstart in building Sticky Faith, developing new family practices is a year-round process. To help you continue to make progress, try to write down your initial thoughts about what you’d like to change. If you write them down, you’re more likely to remember them and act on them. Discuss your family faith goals. You need both encouragement and accountability.
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