The preacher of renown (and namesake of my place of seminary training), George W. Truett argued that . . .
“The primary business of parents is to train up their children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.”
Several years ago I came across such helpful insights, which are attributed to an elementary Sunday School teacher. William E. Young, drawing from his years of experience teaching Bible stories and life lessons to first grade-aged children, counseled parents on how to empower their kids.
(2) Be available
(3) Forgive your child
“Continue to express your love
to your children especially when
it is difficult.”
(4) Model what you want learned
(5) Be intentional in your teaching
Well said, Mr. Young!