31 Days {In Pursuit} Of Your Child’s Heart- Day 26


Day 26: Weekend Recap

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I am so glad you’ve come along on this amazing journey, 31 days {In Pursuit} of our children’s hearts. I know I’ve said this before, but I am amazed at the direction in which this series went. I wondered how I could possibly find 31 ways for us to go in pursuit of their hearts.

My list looked something like: read together, laugh with them, enjoy a game night, share stories about your childhood, take them out on a date…

Although these are great activities to do together, God had something else in mind. I’ve learned there really is so much to this parent/child relationship that I had overlooked. There were things, internal, heart issues that needed to be looked at. It’s not always easy, but it’s always necessary.

This week we’ve look at what it means to speak life into our children,  to discern their suffering, to choose joy and rejoice. We’ve learned about the power of listening and building a relationship, and my favorite, getting past the outer layer and going deeper.

Today’s Challenge

Again, weekends are for the family. So we’ll keep it simple and marinate on the topics we’ve discussed this week. Get some alone time with God and find out what He’s saying to you.

If we’re going to go {In Pursuit} of their hearts, we’re going to have to know what are the specific instructions God has for our families.

So glad to be on this journey with you!

 

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Posted on October 26, 2013, in 3-5 YEAR OLDS, 31 Days {In Pursuit} Of Your Child's Heart, FAMILY LIFE, MOTHERING ON PURPOSE, PARENTING, TEENS. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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