Resources for Faith Formation at Home

Resources for Faith Formation at Home

Church leaders will discern, what your priorities are for ministry at this time and what's most valuable to your families? 

Parents have a primary role in forming faith.  Parents and grandparents, caregivers and others who nurture children and youth, have the potential to shape faith at home and in every context of daily living.  It is realized in simple, consistent, practices and activities that become a part of our everyday routine.  Here we offer ideas and resources, practices and strategies for creating a "spiritual footprint" in the household.

This Week's Top 3 Resources:


Online media and devotionals:


Books :

  • Praying in Color for Kids by Sybil MacBeth – prompts for coloring, doodling our prayers 

  • Worm Watching and other wonderful ways to teach children to pray by Ingalls and MacDonald 

  • Sleeping with Bread: Holding What Gives You Life by Sheila, Dennis and Matthew Linn 

  • God and Goodnight Moon: Finding Spirituality in Storybooks by Open Waters 

  • Writing to God- Kids edition by Rachel G. Hackenberg

        For children, every book opens a window to another world. Show them the world God would like them to see. 

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