We each have 168 hours each week - how many of those will we use intentionally to hand down confident faith? Let's break it down and find out - If the children you love are school-age, they typically spend about eight hours a day, Monday through Friday, in school - this adds up to 40 hours a week. If they go to church on Sundays and Wednesdays, they are there for another three or so. If they sleep for eight hours a night they do so for another 56 hours a week, leaving 69 hours a week. So, how much of this "open" 69 hours a week are you using to hand down confident faith in an intentional way?
Clearly, unless you live with your grandchildren, you are not able to use all of these 69 hours, but how much of them are you using? If we are serious about handing down confident faith, we must be intentional about using at least some of those 69 hours. How might we do so? Consider the following . . .