Faith Formation Resources for Families

Faith Formation Resources for Families

A parent has a primary role in forming faith.  We recognize the household as a vital context for forming faith.  A ministry of support to parents, grandparents, and caregivers is essential to their role of shaping faith at home and in every context of daily living.  In Deuteronomy 6 and in Micah 6 we recognize an invitation to daily living that is formational and justice seeking, that shapes discipleship.  This shaping is realized in simple, consistent, patterned practices and activities that become part of the everyday routine. 

Here are some curated resources for creating a 'spiritual footprint' in the household offer opportunities for all to grow faith at home.

New Directions for Holy Questions by Claire Brown & Anita Peebles

New Directions for Holy Questions: Progressive Christian Theology for Families
by Claire Brown & Anita Peebles


Faith Formation @ Home webpage

Building Faith Blogs (search "faith formation at home")

Open and Affirming Resources for Children

Racial Justice Resources for Families

Talking with Children About Tough Issues (grief, death, divorce, violence, natural disasters, pornography)

Traci Smith's resources for families

Traci Smith's short videos on 5 spiritual practices for families

Virtual Field Trips

Webinars (free) from Practical Resources for Churches

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