Moral Precepts for a Teachable Heart
In this section, you will find guidance on how to cultivate godly qualities and attributes within your children’s hearts. Lessons on developing moral precepts such as gratitude, obedience, and service can be found here. Written with the parent of school-age children in mind, but also valuable for children (and adults!) of all ages.
Obedience is an attitude of the heart, demonstrated through love and trust. Read about how to cultivate the attitude of obedience in your children, learn about positive roles of authority, and discover how the concept of sowing and reaping reinforces this necessary and sometimes misunderstood quality.
Patience is a broad topic and overlaps with many other character traits, including faith and self-control. How can you stretch patience in your children and work to build it in yourself as well? Learn about longsuffering (patience with people) and endurance (patience with circumstances) and how to improve in both areas.