Episode 132 | Teaching Kids Safety without Fear

Would your child know what to do if they got separated from you or a stranger approached when you were not around? Is your child so prone to fear that you’re concerned talking to them about such things would only escalate their anxieties? Join Katy and me as we discuss how we can equip our children spiritually to be able to respond in potentially dangerous situations without instilling fear.

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Episode 132 | Teaching Kids Safety without Fear: As we teach our children practical ways to be safe, let’s also remind them that those who belong to Jesus do not have to live in fear. God’s love for his children is perfect. When our kids put their faith and trust in Him, they can know that He is with them always, even in scary situations. His perfect love will carry them, sustain them, and drive out fear.

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