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Would you like your children to believe in themselves? Do you want them to face their uncertain future with faith that things will work out well? Do you want your children to be believing and virtuous instead of cynical and distrusting?
Each of the nine sections in this course provides readings, activities, and parental practices to help you successfully teach and communicate with your children.
It Begins with You
You will learn that faith stems partly from your example and from the role spirituality plays in your life, the language of spirituality you use, and how you refer to spiritual experiences with your children.
Transmitting Your Faith to Your Children
You will learn that a demonstration of faith is a powerful teaching tool when you invite your children to participate with you.
Faith and Time
You will learn that a positive and hopeful attitude helps your children live most of their lives in the present time and in the future.
Children’s Perception of God’s Support for Them
You will learn that an active teaching program matched by your compassion, comfort, and tenderness enables children to believe that God knows and loves them.
Children’s Faith in God’s Power to Communicate with Them
You will learn that prayer and reading from sources you consider to be scripture enables children to feel that God wishes to communicate with them on a regular basis.
Connecting Faith to Values
You will learn that believing in moral values results from teaching about faith, teaching about values, and combining those with experience.
Faith and Virtue
You will learn that virtue, the power of self-control, comes from an active follow-up program teaching about and reinforcing self-discipline.
To Be and To Do
You will learn that life requires choices between the motivation to be and become some positive quality and to do and accomplish. Faith results from making the doing the servant of the being.
Faith, Honesty, and Identity
You will learn that honesty links faith to the normal processes of identity formation, and dishonesty creates fear and identity diffusion.
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