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Grandparents have a unique opportunity and responsibility to proclaim the works and goodness of the Lord to their children’s children that the next generation might praise the Lord. Grandpas and Grandmas can powerfully impact the lives of their grandchildren for eternity so that “the next generation, the children yet unborn, should set their hope in God” (Psalm 78:5–7).
If we don’t transmit our knowledge of God to the next generation, it will be lost. Those that follow may not have any means of regaining it, and they probably won’t even be aware of the need to do so.
Ken Ham shares a humorous post-visit checklist based on real experience with his many grandchildren. You could probably add lots more!
Do you ever wonder what the future holds? With a good plan, you can trust God with the confidence that your family will be well-cared-for if He takes you out of this life unexpectedly.
Based on real experience with our 15 grandkids (and number 16 arrives in January), I sent this list to our kids—and this checklist will continue to grow.
When we lose focus on our responsibility to guide and protect the next generation, we put them at risk.
Answers in Genesis, Creation Museum, and Ark Encounter outreaches wouldn't be possible without the spiritual legacy of Ken Ham's parents to the next generation.
If we don’t transmit our knowledge of God to the next generation, it will be lost.