Navigating the craziness of this world as a young Lutheran family can be a challenge. To us, teaching our children the joys of the faith and showing them how it is essential to our very lives is our most important job as parents. We don't want to leave their catechesis up to strangers or reserve it only for Sunday mornings. After all, there are six other days of the week wherein we have trials and temptations. It is also important to us that we cultivate a Lutheran identity in this family. We love our confession of faith, and we are proud of our Lutheran heritage. We want to raise our children distinctly Lutheran... intentionally! Accidental parenting is not an option where teaching the faith is concerned. And we start them young. Super young. Teach a child the way he should go, right? I have scoured the internet for good resources, as to prevent myself from reinventing the wheel, but have been coming up with very little. Maybe my Google skills are lacking, but it seems to me that there is not much out there. I'm certain there are many faithful parents out there who are doing a bang-up job of home catechesis, and just not posting it on the internet for me to borrow. I will be adding some resources as I come up with them later. So now's your chance! Share what you do as a family, or just with the kids. How do you teach them the faith?