Hands-On Faith for Families Devotionals

A weekly guide to help parents raise their children with a thriving faith, from Focus on the Family

Hands-on Faith for Families
Week of October 20, 2014

Theme: Our Identity in Christ

You Are Made Unique: Personality and Abilities

Play: Observe the color and type of your vehicle (blue SUV, red van, yellow car). When you see similar vehicles on the road, call out “eureka!” (“I found it!”)

Talk: Talk about the differences (age, wear, dents) among vehicles. Each has characteristics that make it unique. Like vehicles, no two people are exactly alike. Psalm 139:14 says we are “fearfully and wonderfully made.” Discuss some of the differences between people, emphasizing God’s unique design. Identify two unique personality traits or abilities for each family member.

Pray: Thank God for the ways He has made your family members unique.

Marti Pieper

www.thrivingfamily.com

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