FAITH5 is a way of talking about our life and our faith “that deeply connects people to God and one another, connects church to home, and connects faith to daily life”. (https://faithink.com/about-faith5) If you attended one of our outdoor, Wednesday night worship services in August or September you’re already familiar with FAITH5. We will use this faith practice in the weeks and months ahead and encourage you to expand on it at home. We’ve enclosed a bookmark that you can use as a visual reminder of the five steps we’re encouraging you to practice at home.
Step 1: SHARE your highs and lows
Step 2: READ a Bible verse or story
Step 3: TALK about how the Bible reading might relate to your highs and lows
Step 4: PRAY for one another’s highs and lows
Step 5: BLESS one another
FAITH5 isn’t just for kids and it isn’t just for families with young children. FAITH5 is a framework for learning how to talk about faith and life with people of all ages, starting with those closest to you!