Scott Redd writes:
In the first post in this series we briefly considered the heart of family worship. In this post we turn our attention to the timing and manner of family worship.
The Timing of Family Worship
When thinking about the right time for family worship, don’t be afraid to experiment with different times and settings in order to find out what works well for your family. This will also change as children grow up and as new members are added to the fold. For instance, morning family devotions may make a lot of sense during the summer when the kids are out of school (or if you homeschool). For us the evening seems to work best most of the time.