I had a Christian upbringing. My parents were both involved in the church by the time I came along. My mom had been in the church since her birth, like me.
Children who are raised in Christian homes are usually baptised or dedicated to the Lord between birth and their toddler years (this depends on the family and their denomination). This means that the family and Christians around the family will work together to instruct and lead the child towards Christian principles.
Just like the majority of non-Christian children out there - little ones are taught to respect their elders, their friends, and animals. They are taught the Golden Rule (treat others as you would want them to treat you) and are punished for bad behavior ("spare the rod, spoil the child" - Proverbs 13:24). I was generally a good kid and had little problems with discipline.
If Christian parents so choose, they may put their children in a private, Christian school. I have been in private school since pre-kindergarten. This way, children are brought up in Christ-honoring places: home, school, and church.
Church is a very important place. Vacation Bible School, Sunday School, and Bible Memory Verses are the highlights I remember. I can quote many verses or know where to find them. It's just been ingrained in my head from school and church, and I am so thankful for that.
Once a child from a Christian home hits teen years, things can go crazy. Some teens rebel, especially if their parents were over-protective or ridiculously strict. That is not uncommon, but not the majority. There are many well-behaved, godly, and fun-loving teens out there. It depends, a lot, on if the child has a personal relatioship with Christ by this time or not. A child who loves the Lord for him/herself is less likely to push the boundaries beyond the normal expectations of teenager-hood. In conclusion, Adults who were raised in Christian homes tend to have a clearer understanding and a better foundation of Christianity, but in God's eyes are no different than adults who became Christians at 25, 35, or even 65.
i hear the're upbringing was christian, but they are no longer christian.
his upbringing was very boring
to ensure that the child gets a good christian upbringing.
Yes, he frequently discussed his Baptist upbringing.
He says he's a spiritually curious person. His upbringing is a Jewish father and a Christian mother
It is the same as any other kind of home with certain beliefs/lifestyle. If you had parents, or a parent who believed in Jesus and that parent taught you, throughout childhood, life principles based on the Bible- then you had a "Christian upbringing".
Someone who, though having stopped attending worship services or practicing Christianity in a formal manner, acknowledges the Christian tradition in their upbringing.
Teach them how to pray and about prophet Muhammed SALW and Allah tell them to love another and we are all brothers and sisters in this world teach them that we do not celebrate christian holidays
Apparently, he had a strict, authoritarian upbringing, with lots of beatings from his father.
A Catholic upbringing is when two Catholic parents bring up their child to be catholic.
it was good.
In the event that the parents die, the godparents make sure the children are brought up in with a Christian upbringing.
"Blue Like Jazz" is a 2012 film based on a book by Donald Miller. It is a story of a young man, Don, and his struggle with his Christian upbringing as he attends college in the Pacific Northwest.
No. Both of his parents (Kim Kardishian and Scott Disick) are Christian, so it is likely that he has a Christian or non-religious upbringing.
No, Jane Austen was not Jewish. She was Christian, both by upbringing and by practice. Her father was a member of the clergy.
It is an interesting question. You might say that you are nominally Christian by virtue of your upbringing, but you are not a Christian in the more formal sense of devotion to Christ.ANSWER 2:Someone who doesn't believe in God is called an atheist. No one can be a Christian and an atheist at the same time. To be a Christian, one has to believe in Jesus as the Son of God.
Apparently he had quite an authoritarian upbringing from his father's side, receiving lots of beatings from his father, although he received lots of love from his mother.
He had a middle class upbringing in France.
Wyly's Book - 1000 Dollars And An Idea - mentions his upbringing in that religion. It emphasizes the guarding of intruding thoughts by replacing them with spiritual truths.
Abilene Christian University, graduating with a BS in 1978. His Christian upbringing and education became a guiding force in his personal and professional life: "I feel a stewardship responsibility to use my resources to the best of my ability
A Christian who is a role model, and who acts like a Christian.