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If you are reading this, you are like most other moms and want to connect with your kids more.
That’s awesome! Here’s some more good news: It’s totally doable.
I’ve never heard any good mama say, “I don’t care anything about having a relationship with my kid”.
Even if a relationship has scars, there is hope.
If you are a Christian, you’ll for sure want to connect with your kids if you want to have an honest, true, lasting impact on their spiritual life.
So where do you start when you don’t know what the first step are? The answer may surprise you.
What I suggest doesn’t even begin with your kids.
To have a true, lasting impact on your family for Jesus, I suggest you start with you!
- First, decide if have you made Jesus Lord of your life. If you died today, do you know where your soul would go? Listen mama, if you are not certain of the answer to that question, my heart is going out to you right now. I have another page I’d like you to click on. Really. This is just too important to ignore! (If you get NOTHING else out of visiting my blog, just take a little detour to this page and we will come right back over here to this one.)
- Start praying for yourself. You will need to forgive yourself for some things. Repent and have the courage to make changes. Consistent daily prayer is key (most days I have just gotta send up prayers all through the day to make it). Read my post 5 Reasons A Mom Should Pray For Herself.
- Start studying God’s Word every day.
- Begin a new way of living. Whether you are a new Christ follower or you’ve known Jesus for a while, you’ll need to examine your daily life through God’s lens. Thankfully, the Lord is full of grace and mercy and is quick to forgive. He also commands us to live differently than the world. Two great habits are just above. But that’s not all…the moments that make up all the rest of the days and years of your life will be opportunities to glorify God and to be made more like Him. Out with the old, in with the new. New what? Our attitudes, the way we treat others, our habits, etc.