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5 Ways to Grow your faith the faith of your kids"

As a father of a preschooler, it can be easy to get caught up in the daily demands of parenting and lose sight of your own spiritual growth. However, nurturing your own faith is just as important as helping your child grow in theirs. A father's faith is the actually the most powerful influences on a child's upbringing.

Here are 5 ways to grow your faith as a father of a preschooler:

  1. Attend church regularly: One of the most basic ways to grow your faith is to attend church regularly. Find a church that resonates with you and make it a priority to attend service each week. Not only will this give you the opportunity to worship and learn from God's word, it will also provide a sense of community and support. Your children need a place of community and support too.

  2. Spend time in prayer: Set aside dedicated time each day to pray and seek God's guidance. This can be as simple as starting your day with a few minutes of quiet reflection or setting aside time before bed to pray for your family and loved ones. Just 5 minutes a day sharing your heart, thoughts and frustrations can be powerful.

  3. Read the Bible: Make a habit of reading the Bible daily. This can help you gain a deeper understanding of God's word and grow in your faith. Consider joining a Bible study group or finding a devotional that resonates with you to help guide your reading. We have several groups you could join today.

  4. Serve others: Serving others is a great way to put your faith into action and grow closer to God. Look for opportunities to volunteer at your church or in your community, or simply find ways to help those in need in your everyday life.

  5. Spend time with other believers: Surrounding yourself with other believers can be a powerful way to grow your faith. Seek out mentors or join a small group to foster relationships with others who can support and encourage you in your faith journey.


As a father of a preschooler, it can be a challenge to find time for your own spiritual growth. However, investing in your faith is an important part of being a role model for your child. By making small, consistent efforts to grow your faith, you can deepen your relationship with God and set a strong foundation for your child's own spiritual journey.

If you made it this far you might enjoy coming to church with me at Oceanside First Presbyterian Church and Preschool. Click here to Plan Your Visit

Pastor Mike


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