AT HOME FAITH FORMATION TIPS (FAITH FORMATION MINISTRIES)     https://www.crcna.org/FaithFormation

AT HOME FAITH FORMATION TIPS (FAITH FORMATION MINISTRIES)

https://www.crcna.org/FaithFormation

SEPT 1

At-home Faith Formation Tip:

Fall can be an overwhelming and anxious time for students of all ages. How might you encourage the students in your family or your church this week? You might bake cookies, share a favorite book, send a card. And pray for them as they discover the gifts God has given them and explore how God might be calling them to use those gifts. (Tip from Faith Formation Ministries; crcna.org/FaithFormation)

SEPT 15

At-home Faith Formation Tip: In the book Liturgy of the Ordinary (IVP 2016), Tish Warren writes, “We learn the craft of holiness day by day in the living of a particular life . . . we are part of God’s big vision and mission—the redemption of all things—through the earthy craft of living out our vocation, hour by hour, task by task. I want to do the big work of the kingdom, but I have to learn to live it out in the small tasks before me.” How might this insight change your perspective on the small tasks of your daily life? (Tip from Faith Formation Ministries; crcna.org/FaithFormation)

SEPT 8

At-home Faith Formation Tip:

It’s Grandparents’ Day today! Invite the Christian grandparents in your life (both official and honorary) to share stories of how God has worked in their lives. Making space for these stories honors the elders in your family and encourages younger family members in their walk with Jesus. (Tip from Faith Formation Ministries; crcna.org/FaithFormation)

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