If you want to make sure your kids get the spiritual gifts they need, there’s no better time than now.
Here are some of the most important questions to ask: When should you ask?
A lot depends on your child’s age.
If your child is aged 4-9, ask about the importance of spiritual gifts.
Your child should ask about whether there is something special in the house, or if there is a special object or person you’d like to see.
Your children should also ask about any spiritual beliefs or practices they would like to know about.
For older children, ask whether they’re getting any religious, spiritual or philosophical teachings.
Your kids might ask about beliefs and practices that they can’t relate to, such as Buddhism, Taoism, or other philosophies.
Your oldest child might ask whether there are any other religious or philosophical beliefs they would appreciate to learn more about.
If they’re aged 12 or younger, ask your child if they’re interested in religion or spirituality.
It’s important that your child understands the connection between religion and spirituality.
This could be a simple question about how many gods there are in the universe, or a more complex one about whether the Bible, Koran, or the Quran are the word of God.
For more information on how to ask a child about spiritual gifts, see: How do I know if my children need spiritual gifts?