Empower Latter Day Saint Kids Blog
I don’t want to be cool, and I don’t want my kids to feel they need to be “cool” either. I want them to focus on becoming better versions of themselves. I want to see my kids being honest, kind, and a voice for truth as opposed to a voice for what’s most popular at the moment, or what the world has deemed “right.”
For a time, our children will “endure on borrowed light” from us, but it is crucial that we help them find and develop a light for themselves! But how do we do this?
Consider the needs of each of your children. How does each of them learn? Do they learn through hearing a great story or testimony? Is reading the scriptures together the best way to teach your kids? Here are Five Simple Ways to Provide Opportunities for Our Kids to Feel the Spirit
The depth of the love of parents for their children cannot be measured. It is like no other relationship. It exceeds concern for life itself. The love of a parent for a child is continuous and transcends heartbreak and disappointment. –James E. Faust
Remember, it’s important our children know that hearing and acting on promptings is an ongoing process and takes practice!
The research can’t be denied. Family dinner is still one of the simplest and most powerful experiences for strengthening kids.
Instead of comparing our children with the filtered pictures we see online, here are three ways we as parents can help our children to be their best selves and build their self worth in the digital age.