Timothy first joined Paul on his journeys in Acts 16:1-3 after he visits a city called Lystra and we see him being a faithful friend even in Paul’s imprisonment in Rome. Timothy, along with his mother and grandmother, were Jewish believers who heard about Christ and accepted Him. The faith that was in Timothy was first in his grandmother and also in his mom. (2 Timothy 1:1-5). They became an example of faith to they young Timothy as they taught him the scriptures. This leads us to our final question concerning mom’s … how much time do you spend talking wo your children and grandchildren about the Scripture. They should hear about God first from you at an early age, as you teach them songs about Jesus and His love for them. Going to church should be a treat every week, not a chore, as they see for themselves how you long to be in the house of the Lord, with His people. You should listen to their questions, and help them see that the Word of God has the answers. That means that you must first of all be a student of the Word yourself. This does not mean you have to have all the answers they ask, nor does it mean that you have to be an expert, just a personal student of the Word of God. Mom’s you get to impact this world one child at a time.