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Choose Face Time Over Screen Time

In today's fast-paced digital world, the battle for our children's attention is fiercer than ever. As parents, it's our sacred duty to guide and nourish their hearts and minds. Matthew 6:22-23 offers profound wisdom, reminding us that what we allow to fill our vision shapes our entire being. If our eyes are filled with light, our whole body will be full of light. But if what we see is darkness, how deep that darkness becomes. This scripture isn't just about physical sight; it's a metaphor for what we allow to influence us and our children.

When we substitute digital interaction for real-life connection, we risk letting the shallow, often chaotic world of screen time dictate the values and visions that fill our children's lives. As guardians of their souls, our highest calling is to pour into them the light of love, wisdom, and genuine interaction. By choosing face time over screen time, we're choosing to invest in their future, molding resilient, empathetic, and grounded individuals.

Free Grace International understands the challenge of competing with the digital world. That's why we're offering a Family Activity Sheet to help you reconnect and rediscover the joy of spending quality time together. Packed with creative, engaging ideas, it's designed to help your family choose connection over disconnection, face-to-face interactions over digital distractions.

Don't let the lure of screen time dim the light within your family. If you haven't already, download our free Family Activity Sheet today, and start a new journey toward deeper, more meaningful connections. Let's choose to fill our children's lives with light, love, and laughter.

Download A Free Family Activity Sheet


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