Respect, Responsibility, Obedience

The Respect, Responsibility, Obedience Chart FREE PDF download is designed to help your family reinforce values found in the Bible. As Christians we are all called to treat others with respect, be obedient to the Lord, and we also have responsibilities given to us by God as believers in Him and His son.

By teaching our children about respect, responsibility, and obedience from an early age we are teaching them how to behave like a Christian while also revealing to them the Character of God through these simple actions.

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  1. Katherine says

    We love this free chart! Thank you. We have put this up on our fridge door for our daughter. Our little boy will get his own chart when he is older.

  2. Jenny says

    Hi there this hasn’t got anything to do with your site but did you realize that the advertising that comes up on the bottom on the page on google ads links to a “Christian” site that does not hold tripe to the bible and claims that there is no trinity and that most Christians are wrong. I really like your site but I think you need to make sure what you are promoting in the averting links you allow don’t contradict what we believe as Christians ( especially for immature Christians who may not be able to discern when something is wrong). You may not even be aware of this advertising so I am not saying it is your fault you may just want to check it out.
    Thanks Jenny

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