If Christian character is “living the way the Bible says to live (loving, kind, helpful, pure, responsible, selfless, compassionate, etc.)” and “exhibiting Christian character is fulfilling Scriptures that have to do with the Christ-following lifestyle, specifically the ‘one anothers’ of Scripture; verses dealing with how we treat people; etc,” then character training is training children to live in those ways. That is, training them to live biblically—as loving, kind, responsible, resourceful, helpful, compassionate, selfless, empathetic, wise people.
Christian character training will have as its goal to train children to become “adults who love God first, others second, and self last—and who walk this out in their daily lives.”
Why? The why is coming in the next few days.
How? Some ideas on how will follow in February. Thanks for joining us!