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Parenting and faith

Nurturing faith in your children

Passing on our faith to our children may seem daunting, yet parents have a special bond with their children which means they can be effective in ways no one else can. Find out how parents can be encouraged and equipped, and how churches can support parents in their task.

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The Kitchen Table Project

The Kitchen Table Project is a movement of mums, dads and carers who want to inspire a faith that lasts in their children. Join us now, and check out the Kitchen Table Project website for more information, resources and inspiration.

New for 2020! The Big Scrumptious Faith-Filled Feast

Our faith-based initiative the Kitchen Table Project have launched ‘The Big Scrumptious Faith-Filled Feast’ which encourages churches and families to gather together for food and pass on the stories of what God has done in our lives. Everything you need to run your own scrumptious feast is available for free here.


Raising Faith events & resources

We want to encourage you to see how you can help your child to grow spiritually – without adding more to your to-do list! We’ve got a bunch of stuff to help you, wherever you are on the journey. Find out more here!

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Children and faith

It’s estimated that only 50% of the children of Christian parents grow up with a personal faith of their own as adults.

So within our Faith in the Family initiative, we want to equip Christian parents to ‘pass on’ faith to their children. As parents, we are our children’s biggest influence – but we often feel ill equipped, or simply don’t know where to start.

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Parents are their children’s biggest influence – but many feel ill equipped or simply don’t know where to start.

With the help of 9dot-research, we carried out research to explore the big picture and to hear people’s experiences. Download the research here.

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