(David C. Cook, September 2015)
Parents often experience a "freak out" moment when they realize their children's view of God will primarily come from what they learn at home.
Most parents spend more time helping their kids succeed at academics or athletics than infusing shared spiritual experiences into the rhythm of everyday family life.
While the idea of strategically passing down our faith can seem intimidating, the annual Rites of Passage Experiences contained in Pass It On make it easy for your family to celebrate milestones from kindergarten through high school graduation. Forever change the direction of your family's spiritual legacy . . . starting now!
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"Pass It On" is a book that should be on every new parent (and grandparent)'s check list for when they have a baby! Training up children to respect and worship God is so important, especially in this day and time of turmoil and danger. The authors, Burns and Lee, have come up with a sensible and inspirational guide to making faith and worship important once again for families.
Written in an easy-to-follow language, Burns and Lee give examples of "celebrations" that parents can follow or use for their own inspiration to introduce and bring their kids into family traditions and spiritual traditions. Ideas are included for kindergarten through high school age children and are appropriate for the entire family to participate in.
"Pass It On" is a smartly developed and brilliantly presented plan that I highly encourage all parents to check out! I can not stress enough how important it is to introduce religion and faith to your children, no matter how old they are! And this is just the book to help that process along. I highly recommend it!
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Jeremy Lee is the founder of ParentMinistry.Net, a subscription-based service for children and youth ministry workers. He was on the writing team for the Simple Truth Bible from Group Publishing and the Ignite Study Bible from Thomas Nelson Publishers. Jeremy lives in Nashville with his wife and children.
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