“The Most Excellent Way” is love, acceptance and forgiveness.  These attributes of God are to be expressed to children by their parents, just 
as our heavenly Father expresses them to us.

We parents (if we are born-again believers) now have the power of Christ within us to break the chains of bondage.  It is no longer necessary for our past sins to be passed on to our children: “the old has gone; the new has come” (2 Corinthians 5:17b).  Show them!

During our season of addiction, we 
were selfishly seeking to satisfy our own
appetites and desires.  We gave too little
of ourselves to our children —much 
less than they needed and wanted.  
They suffered because of us. 

We must be careful not to bring the 
selfish attitudes of our old life into our 
new life at our children’s expense.  
We must mend, repair and rebuild. 
Our concern for their physical,
emotional and spiritual needs must meet 
or exceed our concern for ourselves.  
In fact, they should be intimately
involved with our new life with Christ. 
It’s a whole new world for them.

Allow them to share with you the love you have received, and to grow with you in the knowledge and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ! 

The Children's Meeting is a unique environment — an alternative to childcare (babysitting) — in which youngsters are encouraged to freely express their feelings of fear, hopelessness, guilt and frustration typically felt by children living with addicted parents.  Our kids are validated for who they are, assured that Jesus will never leave them nor forsake them.  

It's all about LOVING!
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This page was last updated: September 3, 2020
"The Children's Meeting"
1 Corinthians 12:31 NIV
Jesus said:
"Permit little children, 
and forbid them not, 
to come unto Me.  
"For of such is the 
kingdom of heaven."
Matthew 19:14 KJV
Jesus said:
 "Whoever receives one 
little child like this in My name receives Me. 
Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to sin, 
it would be better for him 
if a millstone were hung around his neck, 
and he were drowned 
in the depth of the sea.” 
Matthew 18:5-7 NKJV

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