A repeated theme at our church is that parents are primarily responsible for the discipleship of their children. Whether it is Deuteronomy 6 or Ephesians 6, the Scriptures uniformly testify to this parental obligation. That sounds good and right, but what does that actually look like in the home? Here is one excellent application. Rick Gamache, a pastor in Minnesota, offers fourteen questions to ask your children, questions that both probe their hearts and uncover your own weaknesses.
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