I’m slowly getting over the fact that my daughter is in kindergarten and already dealing with a “mean girl” by focusing my energy on intentionally teaching her how NOT to be one and how to love one. Though I’m surprised and honestly annoyed that we are facing this issue, I am thankful the interaction is encouraging us to make love the theme in
I probably sound like a broken record with how many times I’ve said these words: If it’s one thing I’ve learned to be true about life (and especially since Google entered the picture), it is that when looking for an answer you can always find people who agree with what you are thinking and you can likewise find plenty of people who disagree with what you are thinking. My friend once said, “You can’t Google wisdom.” Oh how right he is.
God has blessed us parents with one, two….five…or maybe even more children. Each one is unique and needs proper education and training in righteousness. Thinking about everything that is involved with that can cause us to become overwhelmed.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, which gives us a great reason to share one of our favorite What's in the Bible? videos: The Story of Ruth! Chester Whigget tells the story of Ruth, Naomi and Boaz through his famous Popsicle Stick Theater, a retelling of the Bible's greatest love story that you won't want to miss. Celebrate the love of Ruth for her mother-in-law Naomi, the romantic love of Ruth and Boaz, and God's love for his people through the story of Ruth.