Come, you children, listen to me; I will teach you the fear of the Lord. Psalm 34:11 New King James Version
In this context fear is not to be afraid but rather to respect.
Yes it is important for parents, grand parents, aunts, uncles and teachers to teach young children about Jehovah.
But, do not forget that new comers to the family of Jehovah are like children and not mature. They need mentors to guide them along the path of righteousness both by example and by teaching. It will require a lot of patience as many of them will bombard you with incessant questions. That is another reason why there should be more than one teacher so they do not get exhausted.
Teaching is not just from the Bible but also from personal experience. I believe the personal experience to be the strongest form of teaching. Just as in the New Testament times they met in brothers and sisters houses so should they today.
Just as they shared meals together back then so too is it just as important today (Imagine having a pot luck dinner with brothers and sisters from different cultures. Not only do you have fellowship and Bible study but you are exposed to various different culinary delights from around the world.
Imagine learning a different language and different songs of praise and thanksgiving to different styles of music from all over the world? Hearing their stories of how they came to Christ and what He has done in and through their lives may inspire and strengthen you as well.
Take turns going to each others homes if possible.
Being in the modern world of course there is online Bible study groups (Skype is free). You can study with brothers and sisters from all over the world. I have and found it very enlightening. An added benefit is when you study with someone from a different culture and country you can learn another language and varied history.
It does not matter if a baby or a seasoned vet we can all learn from each other, strengthen each other, support each other and encourage each other.
Prayer: Thank you Jehovah Pryyand- God is my friend for blessing me with numerous opportunities to enjoy fellowship, brotherly love and friendship with numerous brothers and sisters in my neighbourhood and around the world. I give thanks in the name of my best friend Jesus Christ. Amen.
May the sweet sunshine of Jesus’ beautiful love bless you today and every day.