Spending time as a family is a wise investment. Children in families that participate in religious activities together are more likely to report having parents who show affection, and those with involved parents tend to fare better in school and are less likely to engage in risky behaviors.
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WFA president Julaine Appling says, “Families grow stronger when they spend time together, actively engaged with each other. Just being under the same roof with everyone doing their own thing isn’t the same as doing activities together and interacting with each other. Not only are lifelong memories created in these times, but lifelong lessons are taught and caught.”
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