The Christian Post | How will your kids remember the quarantine? 5 ways to set the tone for your family

We didn’t expect to be distanced from our brothers and sisters.

We didn’t expect toilet paper to become such a hot commodity.

With so much uncertainty in an ever-changing landscape created by the explosion of COVID-19 worldwide, many parents find their faith shaken, their eyes glued to the news and social media wondering “what’s next?”

But now is the time to turn those eyes back to our little ones.

As they look to us for answers, we need to look to Him and consider how we’re showing up at home for them every day. Are we snapping? Stressing? Absent?

Here are five ways to strengthen your child’s faith (and your own), while creating a peaceful home during COVID-19:

1. Share faith-filled scripture to combat fear and refocus eyes on Him

In Psalm 34, King David magnifies the name of God and proclaims in verses four and five, “I sought the Lord and He answered me; He delivered me from all my fears. Those who look to Him will be radiant with joy; their faces will never be ashamed.” When you or your child feels fearful, turn to the Bible or even to find relevant scriptures focused on what God says about fear and faith.

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