Faith Path

Purity

Webster’s Dictionary defines “pure” as: “free from dust, dirt, or taint; free from moral fault or guilt.” Purity is a positive, passionate existence that frees us to experience all God made us to enjoy. Sadly, our culture bombards kids with opportunities to tarnish their lives, even making fun of those who try to live with integrity. How do we help our children go against the cultural norms and live a life filled with the intense joys only purity can bring?


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