Nicole goes to church and she fiercely believes in raising her daughters that way. That’s right folks, Nicole Kidman goes to church and trusts in God even though her friends tease her!
I, for one, know what it’s like to be raising children in the church and have “friends” think you’re giving your children a tainted point of view. Some think God is just an imaginary friend. Others believe God is too restrictive and then there are others who will make fun of raising your children in the church.
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Nicole has heard it all. She lives in Hollywood where it’s rarer to hear of topics such as Jesus, the cross, or God. There’s only the universe, good vibes, crystals, and tarot cards. Others believe in manifesting your own destiny.
Nicole on the other hand is raising her beautiful daughters, Sunday and Faith with her sweet, country crooner husband, Keith Urban. The pair have been married for 15 years which is a century in Hollywood years.
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But these two believe in teaching their girls to trust in God. So, Nicole Kidman goes to church with her family and openly speaks about her faith, regardless of what others in Hollywood think!
Nicole Kidman Goes To Church And Trusts In God
Despite being made fun of for her faith in God, Nicole has steadily and faithfully relied on Jesus since her childhood years.
“A lot of my friends tease me,” Nicole said.
She was raised by a very strong Catholic grandmother. At one point in her life, she even considered becoming a nun!
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Can you imagine the big screen with Nicole and the light she shines for Christ for all to see? She says, “I had a very Catholic grandmother, and I was raised praying, so that had a massive impact,” she said. “I wouldn’t say it’s absolutism, there’s constant questioning-I’m a willful, feisty girl. For me it’s very important that I don’t have judgment. My dad would always say, ‘Tolerance is the most important thing.’”
And that is how she is raising her daughters Sunday and Faith: to know and love Jesus. Can we all just take a moment to say, “Mama, we get it and we stand with you!”