Week One:
Grow in God’s Word – Help your family grow in God’s Word with the Growing Together Devotion Series from Family Life. This is available free at the Connection Wall OR you can download here – Growing Together.
Thrive. A 14-Day Devotional For Singles – Life as a single Christian is good. Despite what many people think, singleness is not a disease. Singleness is not plan B. Singleness is God’s gift to every single Christian right now. In this 14-day devotional reading plan based on her book, Thrive , Lina AbuJamra challenges single Christians to thrive as they pursue the life God has given them today. This devotion can be found on YouVersion. If you haven’t already, you can easily download this app onto your phone.
Week Two:
Pray specifically for your spouse. We have available a guide for praying for your husband, and ten ways to pray for your wife. These guides are available at the Connection Wall OR you can download here – 10 Things to Pray for Your Wife; How to Pray for Your Husband.
If you are single we have available a guide for praying for your future spouse available at Connection Wall OR download here – Prayers for Single People
Week Three:
Family Game/Fun Night. Family game nights create lasting memories because they foster a sense of belonging. In the busy hubbub of life, it is so nice to have tech-free, face to face time with your kids. Creating a family game night tradition won’t be something you’ll regret. The years you have with your kids at home go by in a flash. Laughing together strengthens the bonds.
You don’t have to have kids to enjoy a family game night! Grab your significant other and have fun!
Week Four:
Family prayer time – Communication is a basic building block for families so communicating with God should be viewed as a basic building block of the family’s faith. Family prayers extend beyond meals and bedtime. Family prayer strengthens the family and keeps God at its center.
  • Talk about whatever is bothering you, no matter how small (1 Peter 5:7).
  • Invite God to reveal His purposes, plans, and desires for your life (1 John 5:14–15).
  • Make God the head of your home (Deuteronomy 6:5–9).
  • Expect God to respond as you humble yourself before Him (Mark 11:22–25).
Family Prayers . . . all it takes is T.I.M.E.