What if we recognized both stillness AND movement as sacred?
Milestones of Faith
Creating rhythms through rites of passage
What would it look like for my church to celebrate faith-development rites of passage for children and teenagers?
Fixed Hour Prayer
Setting our day to the rhythm of prayer
Two years ago “fixed hour prayer” sounded like a terribly legalistic spiritual practice to me. I didn’t know what the words meant, and wasn’t sure I wanted to know.
Watch the short video “Strings Attached” with your students, either as an opener or closer to the Week 3 “Receive” session of the Sticky Faith Every Day Curriculum, or on its own as a discussion starter to help students consider what it means to receive grace with “no strings attached.”
The single-most important variable in the spiritual nurture of kids is – without a doubt – parents. To be honest, we parents have been doing a rather dismal job of carrying -out this God-given role. Kara and Chap not only issue a much-needed wake-up call, but they offer practical suggestions for nurturing a real and vital life-long faith that is integrated into all of life. Parents, what you don’t know can hurt your kids.Sticky Faith will help you love and nurture your kids into a faith that lasts.
Walt Mueller, President, Center for Parent/Youth Understanding
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