How do I not cram religion down my kids throats and turn them off?

From the writings of the Rev. Billy Graham

Q: I didn’t grow up in a Christian home where prayer was taught, but I longed for it when I would visit my friends who experienced this. I’m now married to a Christian man and we have three kids. I want to give them this example but don’t want to cram religion down their throats and turn them off. What’s the best way to do this? – P.E.

A: Parents give their children a lifetime gift when prayer and Bible reading is …

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‘Jesus Revolution’ director on film releasing amid Asbury college revival: ‘There’s a divine hand on the timing’

Pastor Don Kimbro, who writes for God here at FGGAM, sent out this text yesterday: Wow! Last night we saw an advanced showing of the “Jesus Revolution” movie at Winrock. It was absolutely wonderful! Please, if you can, go see it while it’s in theaters here beginning Friday. You’ll be so glad you did. We love you!

From Greg Laurie: Pastors, encourage your people to take non-believers into the theater, buy two tickets, one for yourself, and one for an unbeliever. Take them to see the movie, and I think that you will see people actually come to Christ as a result!

This report is from Leah MarieAnn Klett the Assistant Editor of the Christian Post:

LOS ANGELES — When Jon Erwin first considered bringing “Jesus Revolution,” the story of the greatest spiritual awakening in American history, to the big screen in 2015, he never imagined that nearly a decade later, at the same time the film would hit theaters, a revival would be breaking out on campuses across the United States.

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I am so excited like a little boy about what how GOD is moving in America!!!!!!!!!!!

This is from Patrick Morley from CHURCHLEADERS:

In describing what happened in Jonathan Edward’s Northampton, Mass., church in 1734, observers said, “It pleased God display his free and sovereign mercy in the conversion of a great multitude of souls in a short space of time, turning them from a formal, cold and careless profession of Christianity, to the lively exercise of every Christian grace, and the powerful practice of our holy religion.” [1] That’s about as clear a definition as we’ll ever get! During a spiritual revival, God supernaturally transforms believers and nonbelievers in a church, locale, region, nation or the world through sudden, intense enthusiasm for Christianity.2 People sense the presence of God powerfully; conviction, despair, contrition, repentance and prayer come easily; people thirst for God’s word; many authentic conversions occur and backsliders are renewed.

Spiritual Revival and Awakening in America

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