Faith and Family Foundation Starts Parenting Initiative to Raise Children in a Holistic Way Grounded in Biblical Values
Faith and Family Foundation is launching an initiative to help parents with parenting to better raise and support their children in a holistic way grounded in biblical values that considers the importance of a healthy spirit, soul and body.
With the growing number of single members in the local churches, some regional FFF chapters have found it increasingly important to teach their members the Biblical principles and guidelines for marriage. In the past few months, Africa, Latin America, and Japan FFF staffs have been continuously developing their marriage education for singles.
From March 27-30, a teen camp was organized by Japan Faith and Family Foundation as teens were led to know more about God through Bible studies while being trained to surrender to the Lord remembering the cross and His grace.
On October 29, Faith and Family Foundation(FFF) held a warm and friendly communication between Dr. Tom Cowley and all the FFF staff, through which they shared their ministry situation and prayer topics, and Dr. Cowley also gave his precious suggestions.
On Saturday, Jubilee Church in Nashville, Tennessee, began hosting a two-day seminar led by Faith and Family Foundation. Discussions, introductions, and text-study on the first day were abundant with grace and information about courtship and marriage, including potential blessings and challenges people experience in relationships.
Bogota Emanuel Church is seeking to open a Faith and Family book club both for singles and couples in order to educate current members in important matters of family that need counseling to be holy before the Lord. Currently, the Colombia church has congregants who are preparing to marry as well as a number of young adults.