Your Child’s Phase
Three-Year-Old minds are full of wonder about the world around them. They keenly observe everything you say and do.
You’ll notice that they are no longer babies and really are becoming a “big kid” in so many ways. Their vocabulary can reach up to 1200 words and they are now speaking in complete sentences. They are discovering and expressing a growing range of emotions and discovering their own sense of humor. They love to be creative as they draw and color and play with playdoh. Family relationships are increasingly significant and the future destiny of your family hinges on hearing and doing the Word of God. As parents, strive to maintain a Christlike role model in your words, actions, and habits because your children are watching everything you do.
Throughout the year, your child gets to know God during our services. As a parent, you are the most significant influence in your child's life. We have provided some age-appropriate spiritual focuses you can teach your child at home. By doing this, you are instilling God's Word in them and making it a priority in their life.
Foundation and Truth
Parents must ensure that their children, even at this age, have many opportunities to hear and experience God’s Word. Attending weekly church services to form friendships and learn Biblical principles is vital. Wise parents then during the week, provide practical ways for their families to execute those Biblical principles that their kids are learning. Continue to pray for your child’s emotional development, childhood Christian friendships and family relationships.
We want to walk alongside you with your student as they navigate their lives. These are resources and tools you can use with them!
We are responsible for pointing our children in the right direction. Just as an explorer looks to his compass for the direction of true north, our children look to us for direction. While there are many different maps that we can follow, the only one that will point us to true north is the Bible.