July 8, 2024

Helping Kids Grow In Their Faith


Feeling daunted by how to help your kids really grow in their faith? It’s time to start little.

We want our kids to know God. We know we’re supposed to disciple them. But parenthood is hard, and we’re busy, tired, and often feel unequipped. What if our kids don’t seem all that interested or can’t sit still long enough for us to read the Bible?

Christie Thomas has a secret for you: helping your kids connect with God is way easier than you think. It all starts with 30 seconds a day--and the power of a simple habit. Through Christie’s empowering, encouraging insights, you’ll discover how to overcome common struggles, implement easy practices that fit your unique kids, and change your family’s faith culture. In this book, you will:discover how to make Scripture and spiritual practices come alive for short attention spans
learn simple steps for developing faith through the Faith Growth Cycle and its three stages- seed, sprout, and root.
develop practical strategies for establishing consistent habits

Life-changing moments can come out of simple habits. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the things you’re supposed to do to teach your kids about God, Little Habits, Big Faith shows you how to leverage the power of small, consistent choices with confidence. God can use even the smallest step to change how your family grows in faith.

In addition to key points at the end of each chapter, there is an appendix full of topical resources for parents to quickly reference:

  • Ideas for little habits
  • Keystone habits
  • Prompts & rewards
  • Rooted resources

Christie Thomas is a mom and writer who has been involved in children's ministry for most of her life. She served as director of children's ministry for more than a decade. Christie is a family discipleship coach to many parents who need equipping, support, and encouragement. She deeply believes that every Christian parent can confidently nurture deep faith in their kids through little habits that add up over time. Her devotionals and children's books help parents cultivate faith-filled moments. She lives with her husband and three boys in Canada.

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