Your Questions Answered: "What Do I Do Since My Spouse Is Not Invested in the Spiritual Growth of our Children?"
"I am further along in my walk with God than my spouse is. I am trying to teach our children to walk with the Lord, but there is no support from my spouse. What do I do since my spouse is not invested in the spiritual growth of our children?"
It is challenging when a spouse is not invested in his/her own spiritual growth or the spiritual growth of the children. Yet, if that spouse is not trying to prevent you from nurturing the children in their spiritual growth, rejoice! It would be much more difficult if your spouse were actively resisting. As it stands, if you have the freedom to train your children according to God's Word and nurture them in their relationship with Christ, do it with joy and thankfulness.
Yes, it would be wonderful if you and your spouse were both active in leading your children spiritually. But as it stands, you still have the opportunity to help them develop their own relationship with the Lord without the added dynamic of a spouse actively resisting you.
Continue to nurture your children in their relationship with the Lord. And be sure to pray for your spouse and your children, and of course for yourself. God is able to change dynamics and transform lives.
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