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This week on Reaching Your World.

Series: Luis Palau | Teaching our Children Lovingkindness

If you are a parent, you will appreciate what Luis Palau has to say this week on “Reaching your World.”  He shares his thoughts on teaching our children lovingkindness, generosity and tenderness.

Instilling Generosity Monday, March 8, 2021

When our children were young my wife, Pat, used to quote the words of Jesus in Acts 20:35 and say to them, “It’s more blessed to give than to receive, isn’t it?” And they would almost always reply, half-jokingly, “No, it isn’t...getting is better!”

Raising tenderhearted children in a tough world doesn’t come naturally. Learning to care for others is a spiritual discipline that requires constant nurturing. Our responsibility as parents is to help our children become tender toward the less fortunate, especially those who don’t yet know Jesus Christ.
To start, sponsor a child, especially a needy boy or girl in another country. When we first thought about sponsoring a child, we discussed it with our sons and suggested “adopting“ a boy from Mexico. They thought that was a great idea because we used to live there.

Over the next few years, we sponsored children through several organizations. One we highly recommend is Compassion International, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80997.

Be willing to pitch in financially if your child reaches adolescence and shows a sensitivity and desire to sponsor a needy child of their own.

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This Weeks Offer

How To Lead Your Child To Christ

How to Lead your Child to Christ

Jesus lovingly invited children to come to Him.  Learn how you can extend this invitation to your own children.  Read the booklet, “How to Lead Your Child to Christ,” co-authored by Luis and Pat Palau.  

For your FREE copy give us a call at 1-800-ASK-LUIS.

Reaching Your World: Next Week

Practical Evangelism

Does the thought of sharing the Good News with someone who isn’t a believer intimidate you? This week on “Reaching Your World," Luis tells how a few simple gestures can really open the doors to talking about your faith.