He’s already got a plan! Jinger Duggar and her husband Jeremy Vuolo have a lot to look forward to this summer since they’re expecting their first child together in July — and now that Jinger is pregnant, it looks like Jeremy has already put some thought into how he plans to raise their little family of three. Jinger’s hubby is a respected pastor in the couple’s home base in Laredo, TX and he opened up about how he will make sure to teach their children how to have the same faith in God as they do.

Last week, Jeremy and Jinger attended the G3 Conference in Atlanta and during their stay, Jeremy was interviewed for the Calvinist Batman & Friends podcast and he shared the link to the stream on Twitter over the weekend. During the interview, Jeremy was asked about how parents can teach their children how to enjoy worship and even though Jeremy and his wife are still in the early stages of growing their own family, he still had some ideas as to how he plans to navigate that when he becomes a parent.

“Well, I have a family on the way here,” Jeremy said. “My wife is pregnant and due in July with our first. But I think it begins with establishing that relationship with your wife and I think just walking through the word together. If you’re abiding in Christ and walking with Christ daily, I think it can look like sharing that and opening the lines of communication about your own walk with Christ. Where are you wrestling right now? How is scripture helping you? Just opening that communication and fellowshipping with your spouse and that’s gonna translate to your children.”

But ultimately, he pointed out, parents should always set the example for their kids. “If you’re not spending the time in the work yourself, if you’re not disciplining yourself to walk with Christ in your devotional time,” Jeremy continued, “Then how do you expect to really pour into [your] family?”

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