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Kourtney Kardashian gets parenting tips from pastors

Kourtney Kardashian and Penelope Disick. Picture: Instagram

Kourtney Kardashian and Penelope Disick. Picture: Instagram

Published Aug 30, 2019


Kourtney Kardashian asks her church pastors for parenting tips, as she wants to try and incorporate her Christian faith into her children's everyday lives.

The 40-year-old reality star has Mason, nine, Penelope, seven, and Reign, four with her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick, and has turned to her pastors, Chad and Julia Veach, for some tips on how to incorporate her Christian faith into her children's everyday lives.

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Speaking to Chad and Julia in a new video for her lifestyle brand Poosh, she said: "We grew up always hearing Bible stories, my dad already read us Bible stories and we would talk about it in the car, we would listen to Bible songs, we went to Sunday school, not every Sunday but a lot. So I just wonder if there's something you guys do, or that's really important to you, like routines or things that you do with your own family that could be helpful."

And Chad told her the most important thing is having "great parents" that are able to "teach" children about faith.

He told the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star: "You invest in kids so much and just the fact that you want to teach them faith, they'll learn faith. If you have great parents that love you and teach you faith, you're set up for success!"

To which Julia added: "I think that with a lot of things like culture and our faith, it's more caught than it is taught. So, yeah, we want to teach things but a lot of time the kids are [like] this is what they do, this is who we are."

Kourtney's parenting tips come after her younger sister Kim Kardashian West previously said their famous family is "really religious", as their mother Kris Jenner will send them a Bible verse every morning.

Kim explained: "We don't share it much, but we're really religious. We start our day with a group chat with a Bible verse from my mom, and everyone chimes in on the meaning of it. 

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"We are very Christian - and our work ethic and our discipline comes from so many years at Catholic school."

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