A crucial part of our day is our family devotional time. In our house, we call it Bible Time.
Twice a day, in the morning after breakfast and in the evening before bed, we gather the family on the couches for a time of family worship. Of all the things that I need to get done in a day, this is one I do my very best not to miss.
It can be easy for families to feel a little overwhelmed with the concept of family worship. We typically think of worship as something done in church, and not at home.
Whether you call it family devotions, family worship, or Bible Time like we do, it’s really a crucial investment into the spiritual health of the family and your children. It also doesn’t have to feel hard, scary, or beyond Dad and Mom’s ability!