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    How to Prepare a Child to Read the Bible

    “One of the best gifts you’ll ever give to your children is familiarity with the Bible and its message. Give them a Bible they enjoy, give them an example to follow, give them a compelling motive, give them a clear, manageable plan, give them questions to ask the Bible, give them answers to their questions about the Bible, give them encouragement to keep reading, and give them grace in their stumbles and failures.”

    Why do we teach our children to read?

    You’ve probably never given the question much thought. After all, no one has ever asked you, “Do you want your child to learn to read, or do you think it’s unnecessary?” (If your child’s teacher asked that question, you’d likely be looking for a new school.)

    We consider literacy to be so obviously beneficial to our lives, we’d never consider?not?teaching our kids how to read. But we don’t give much thought to?why?we teach them to read. If you’re a Christian parent, the answer to this question should be obvious: so they can read the Bible…


    Read more:?https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/prepare-child-read-bible/