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Where Did I Come From?: Part 2

Updated: Feb 22



Sustaining a good family heritage is just as important as creating it, and this cannot be done without strong faith. Unlike inheritances and customs that can deplete and be forgotten, genuine faith transfers and withstands the test of time.


Many attempt to pass down their spiritual heritage by simply exposing their children to religious services and programs. While this can be beneficial, youth ultimately learn how to live for God by consistently watching their parents, grandparents, guardians, mentors, and role models walk by faith and make choices based on the convictions of their faith. However, if hypocrisy is the lifestyle witnessed, the next generation will either grab onto “Sunday” religion or resent the concept of believing in God altogether.  

For ideas on how to pass down a strong spiritual heritage, read the flipbook below. (Full-screen is recommended.)



In the last blog of this series, we will take a look at another question that matters, “Why am I here?”  With suicide being the second leading cause of death for teens and young adults, it is critical for parents to prepare their children to live with purpose and hope.


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Feb 22

This booklet does a stellar job of pinpointing the best ways for parents to give their children the gift of lifelong faith. No, there is no "Sunday Morning Box" to put God in. Yes, hypocrisy and a lack of empathy threaten to turn an entire generation away from the Faith altogether. is there a way to get this book printed and into the hands of churches to distribute to the parents, grands, aunts/uncles, foster parents in their congregations? Thank you, Felicia, for providing this amazing (and FREE) resource! 💯

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