Everyone has a worldview and it is the goal of Christian parents to develop a Biblical worldview in the lives of their children.

A worldview is the framework from which we view reality and make sense of life and the world.

Every worldview answers four basic questions: Where did I come from? What went wrong? How do we fix it? What is my purpose?

Every person and race is created in the image of God and has value, worth and dignity. There is no master race.

The answer to the worlds problems is not found in a self help book but is found in Jesus Christ.

God has established two institutions for the spreading of the Gospel: the church and the family.

God’s primary plan is for discipleship to take place in the home.

Mom/Dad: Family discipleship starts with you.

We need to always be asking, “does this stir my affections for Jesus or does it rob my affections for Jesus?”

It is out of the overflow of our love for God that we disciple our children.

Family discipleship is not adding another activity to your long list of activities rather it is re-purposing everyday moments to disciple/ train your children and grandchildren to have a Biblical worldview.

Parents: we need to focus on time, moments and milestones.

Family Discipleship will never be easy but it will always be worth it.

Quotes by Pastor T Welch on Family Discipleship from Deuteronomy 6:4-8