Kids Love Heroes

Isn’t it interesting how kids are drawn to heroes? We think kids love heroes for a reason. Heroes are characterized by four things. They do what’s right, deal with wrongs, are honest, and they care about others. Kids love heroes because God has placed a conscience inside each child that prompts them in the same four ways: to do what’s right, deal with wrongs, be honest, and care about others.

That’s why kids love heroes. In fact, kids are heroes in training right now in your family. God uses ordinary people to accomplish his will and it starts in the small things of life.

David was a hero in the Bible when he fought Goliath. But his hero training started much earlier. David was a hero in the small stuff. He took care of sheep and learned responsibility. He fought off a bear and a lion and learned courage. He worked hard to practice his harp so that he could get a job working in the palace.

Right now, your child can be a hero in the small stuff. Heroes practice in daily life by taking initiative. You might try this. Ask your child to see something that needs to be fixed in life. After all, that’s what heroes do. It might be that dishes are left in the living room, a sad baby needs to be cheered up, or help is needed for folding the laundry.

When your child takes initiative, hero qualities are developing. We’d love to hear ways that your children are demonstrating hero qualities and how you’re affirming them. Please share with us what you're doing.

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Milan Tomic

Hi. I’m Designer of Blog Magic. I’m CEO/Founder of ThemeXpose. I’m Creative Art Director, Web Designer, UI/UX Designer, Interaction Designer, Industrial Designer, Web Developer, Business Enthusiast, StartUp Enthusiast, Speaker, Writer and Photographer. Inspired to make things looks better.

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