Empower Latter Day Saint Kids Blog
It is crucial that we remember who we are and help our children remember who they are. Our world is made up of stereotypical sayings and categorizing individuals by what they do or how they look. The Lord does not categorize us in this way.
Sharing the gospel or inviting someone to church doesn’t have to be high pressure! We can make it fun, easy, and natural when we do these three things.
Because these technologies are so powerful, however, we must use them wisely. If we are not vigilant, we might find our family relationships weakened by intrusive screen-time.
Over 2000 years ago, Lehi’s role was critical to the physical and spiritual wellbeing of his family. And despite what popular culture says, the role of fathers is just as critical today!
My hope is that each of us come to understand that we are all children of God and to remember who we have always been. It is then that we can teach this divine principle to our children
The Spirit who reveals to us our true identity—this isn’t just who we are now, but who we have always been!
It’s easy to tell ourselves that we don’t have time for family scripture study or that it’s just too much trouble, but our children need it!
With our faith in the gospel of Jesus Christ, we as Latter-day Saint parents can teach our kids to be grateful–even in tough times.
Being satisfied with our blessings and feeling grateful is a crucial skill to becoming a contented, successful adult who is capable of feeling real joy.
It is so important that we teach our Latter-day Saint kids to understand their priesthood potential.
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