We need the church, for our children!

G Craige LewisFamily and Children2 Comments

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children-sunday-school1Attending a good church regularly is very important in the spiritual development of children. Children form lifelong relationships with other children by meeting in church and seeing each other regularly. These relationships can combat negative peer pressure from children in neighborhoods and schools when  Christian friendships are formed in church.

The enemy knows this and continues to keep parents from fellowshipping with like minded believes in a church setting. As our world continues to make the church look bad and make all pastors look selfish, the enemy is keeping us from fellowshipping with like minded believers in efforts to alienate our children from what is true and continue to thrust them into crowds that do not believe in God’s word! Stay stedfast in what the bible says: Prov. 22:6 Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. -G. Craige Lewis

 

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2 Comments on “We need the church, for our children!”

  1. Man

    Anybody that follows EX, knows that are totally about the family, and the most precious resource of a family, the children. I was very blessed to be a young child (5 yr old ), when my mother accepted Christ. New Christians have a zeal for church. and she took me along with her, it seemed almost everyday ( we were Pentecostal ).It kept me from making a lot of bad decisions, because always in the back of my mind, I always remembered what that preacher said. I needed it then and, I need it now. And the children need it. If you really want to leave your children a legacy, take them to a good church, and give them the legacy of Christ Jesus.

  2. preta4

    Isaiah 5:20 and 2 Timothy 3:13 but these people WILL be punished for what they’re doing here, especially when it comes to “children and the Word” (Matthew 19:14).
    Way past time for parents to stand up and fight this crazy mess, Jesus’ coming IS getting ever nearer. Keep your children in prayer the devil IS using whomever he chooses, and your children are caught in the cross fire.

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