(Acts 1:8; Acts 17:24-28)
The Situation: Kids ask, “Why should I care about people on the other side of the globe?“ Many children are nearsighted and self-focused, showing concern only for what immediately affects them. They are largely indifferent about what matters most to God.
The Solution: Our worldview is the lens through which we interpret everything we see. It becomes the basis for our beliefs and decisions. A correct worldview begins with the infinite, personal God revealed in the Bible. God wants people to see the world from His perspective. The Scriptures form the framework for living out a consistent, Christ-centered
What You Can Do: Use a globe, maps, or Internet source to introduce your child to God’s panoramic view of the world. As you “zoom in” to your own community, talk about what God sees and what He desires. Find practical ways to affect those around you: participate in local missions ministries, learn about church missionaries, pray for revival, take a family missions trip.
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