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Thank you for writing this essay on family faith formation. I agree that there is a growing need to equip and empower parents to disciple their children at home and wherever they go. At the same time, I am finding that our families are extremely busy. So, I wonder how to equip and empower them for this ministry with their busy lives. Accordingly, I would encourage Thrive to make family faith formation a high priority. 

Thank you for the reminder that the Church is the people! Often we talk about "going to church" when we are actually going to participate in a communal worship service conducted by the church. The Church is more than its worship, even as the worship of the Church is important. 

Thank you for writing this essay! I especially appreciate the emphasis on reaching out to our communities after the pandemic. I would like to encourage our churches to consider running Alpha courses, as it creates intimate community and effectively proclaims the gospel.



Thank you for the reply. I appreciate the good work that Coffee Break is doing to train their leaders. The Lord has used Coffee Break to bless many ladies in our faith community. I will keep CB in mind as I seek to learn more about leading small groups. 

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Thank you for producing the Faith Practices book and supporting resources. Lord willing, our church will be engaging in these faith practices this year. This is a helpful approach, I think, as we need to learn how to get God's Word in our hearts, not just in our heads, which seems to be a Reformed tendency as far as I can tell. I think such faith practices are also a great way to help students own their faith and to equip and empower parents to disciple their children. 

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