Father Abraham


How can you teach your children about Abraham being a "father" to all Christians and Jews?

Tell your kids to retrieve several items that your family has received from extended family members. Talk about the influence these relatives have had on your family. Uncles and aunts, grandparents, older cousins—how is your family different because of these people?

Explain to your kids that Abraham is often considered a "father" to all Christians and Jews. He was first in a line of people who were special to the Lord, and it was through Abraham's descendants that Jesus was born.

Genesis 12:1-3 

Genesis 3: 6-8

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