Family Worship

If I could recommend one thing to parents seeking to raise their children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord, it would be regular family worship. Throughout history, reformations of the church have been accompanied by revivals of family worship. Determining cause and effect is often difficult but that they are mutually reinforcing, there is no doubt.

I have linked two books below. Both are exhortations by contemporary authors to practice family worship. Don Whitney, professor at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and author of one of the books, has this to say, “Without some regularity and structure and purpose, it is one of those things that we assume we are doing but never actually do. Consistent, father-led family worship is one of the best, steadiest, and most easily measurable ways to bring up children in the Lord’s discipline and instruction.” Continue reading “Family Worship”