Posts Tagged ‘Jesus’
Welcoming the Holy Spirit
A wonderful teaching opportunity is coming your way: Pentecost! This month we are teaching about the Pentecost and what it means as a Christian. Pentecost is May 28; take this opportunity to talk with your children about the Holy Spirit.Read More
Guiding Young Hearts
Parenting comes with a lot of responsibilities. Anyone want to give a testimony? But in the big picture, it goes fast. Here’s some encouragement to stay the course and focus on what counts most: parenting your beautiful children.Read More
When any one aspect of wellness is neglected over time, it will adversely affect health, well-being, and quality of life. Why? Because they are interconnected. There’s one crucial ingredient guaranteed to help…Read More
Family Time During Lent
It’s the season of Lent, a time to slow down, fast, pray, and give. This is a great time to create special family time traditions that represent Jesus’s sacrifice when he went to the desert to pray and fast for 40 days before his death on the cross.Read More
Planning and Preparing
Lent begins February 22. In what way will you and your family be preparing your hearts for Christ who died for you? Take a few minutes to create a Lenten plan for your family.Read More
Can you be Identified?
Can others identify who you are and what/who you’re loyal to?
Check out what parrot and tie-dye have to do with identity and accept the greatest invitation ever!
The Gift of Prayer
The Best Ingredient
We want the best for our children but what exactly is the ‘best’? And how can a parent give the best to their child(ren)?Read More
Can you imagine being one of the people who had come to be baptized by John on the very day that Jesus came to be baptized? On that day the sky opened up, the Holy Spirit came down, and “…a voice came from heaven and said, “You are my Son, the one I love. I am very pleased with you.”” (Luke 3:22 – ERV) What an experience! What a proclamation! What a feeling it is to be affirmed by the Father.Read More
Tips for Helping Kids Experience Joy
Joy isn’t based on circumstances. Not Christian joy – that is from God and runs much deeper than our circumstances.Read More