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Parents, here’s how to set a higher bar for your kids

Steve Kinsley wrote a great letter to Christian parents who struggle with releasing their children to serve Jesus in the nations. Here is an excerpt: “God asks us as parents to release these precious, precious people to Him and trust Him to do the work. And the work that he has for this g…
By Seth Barnes
By Seth Barnes

Steve Kinsley wrote a great letter to Christian parents who struggle with releasing their children to serve Jesus in the nations. Here is an excerpt:

“God asks us as parents to release these precious, precious people to Him and trust Him to do the work. And the work that he has for this generation is one of war. I’m not talking about Iraq or Iran, nor the war on poverty nor the war on AIDS. I’m talking about a spiritual confrontation with the enemy of God Himself. Some will be on the front lines and some will even behind the lines working towards the victory that Jesus promises. It’s a dangerous, hazardous place.

But what’s interesting about this place is that I see an entire generation hungering for the battle. Why? Because it is genuine. It is real. It is eternal. It is a cause. The Lord is calling out an entire generation to take the nations for the cause of Christ.

The price that we parents must pay for our children to be in the middle of God’s will is to release and trust. It’s a price that my wife and I chose to pay and it’s the price we would gladly pay again. We need to get out of the way so God can get His way.”(continued here)

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Seth Barnes

I'm motivated to join God in his global reclamation project. He's on the move, setting his sons and daughters free from their places of captivity. And he's partnering with those of us who have been freed to go and free others.



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