Teaching descendants

Mahatma Gandhi was considered a saint by many in the world. His great granddaughter, Ashish Lata Ramgobin was found guilty in a six-million-rand fraud and forgery case, and has been sentenced to seven years in jail by a Durban (South Africa) court. (Hindustan Times dated 8 June 2021) Gandhi stood for moral values, but some of his descendants did not follow his example or teachings. Yes, the world is witnessing the fall of moral values from generation to generation.
God had great confidence in Abraham, that he would teach his children and descendants to fear the Lord and follow the Law of the Lord. (Genesis 18:19) Asaph sang: “He established a testimony in Jacob and appointed a law in Israel, which he commanded our fathers to teach to their children, that the next generation might know them, the children yet unborn, and arise and tell them to their children.” (Psalms 78: 5,6)
Yet, Lord’s Law was not remembered or taught to younger generations by descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. God’s mighty act of deliverance from Egyptian slavery or Moses Law was not taught or discussed. “And all that generation also were gathered to their fathers. And there arose another generation after them who did not know the Lord or the work that he had done for Israel.” (Judges 2:10)
Lord brought to attention of Jeremiah, how Rechabites (related to Moses, a nomadic people. (Judges 1:16) They faithfully kept their family tradition as instructed by their forefathers: abstain from wine, building houses, sowing seed and planting vineyards. (Jeremiah 35:6-7) They were following this tradition for over two hundred years from the time of Jehu to Jeremiah. (II Kings 10:15; Jeremiah 35:8-10)
When a family clan faithfully followed a human decree and tradition, the Nation of Israel did not bother to read, listen, learn or follow the Law of the Lord. The Nation failed to teach the next generation. Teaching and modelling are expected of every child of God.
Do I teach my children the fear and Law of the Lord?