You’d go to the ends of the Earth if it meant securing:
Their health, their safety, their education, and their future.
So it just makes sense that you want the best for your child in their Deen.
You want the best for them in this life and the next.
Why is it then, that most people completely miss the mark when trying to impart the cornerstone of Islam to their children?
I’m talking about Salah.
The 5 daily conversations defining our relationship with Allah.
What keeps our children from being ambitious in their prayers, and looking forward to these daily conversations with their Maker?