We have our early and more formative conversations about faith with the people who raise us. They help us understand right from wrong, they expose us to different beliefs, and they're the ones who may or may not have dragged us to Sunday school every week.
Whether we grew up to have the same faith as our parents is a different story, but it's more than likely that something from those early years has stayed with us into adulthood. We took to Reddit to find out which faith lessons from childhood people still carry with them.
Read on to discover what spiritual values, the big and the small, people learned from their parents — and share your own in the comments.
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