When We Fail at Family Worship

Wednesday, 01 Nov 2017

“It’s those ordinary practices informed by the truths of Scripture and cultivated as a gathered people that stick with us and with our children the most.”
While family worship may be one of the easiest biblical concepts to talk about, it’s also one the most difficult things to do. Some of us were raised in broken homes where we didn’t have both mom and dad around—and our single parent had so much to juggle, it would have been a heavy burden to throw catechesis on top of trying to survive and putting food on the table. Pew Research informs us that less than half (46 percent) of children in the United States grow up in a traditional family dynamic.1 Those who ...

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