I’m a parent. Therefore I am always looking for quick, concise wisdom to pass on to my children. I’d love to say that this is because I place a high value on wisdom and that I am so full of such elevated thinking that I struggle to find opportunities to share all the knowledge I’ve […]Read More
Week 1: Lot’s Wife Turns to Salt Large Group Experience: During the large group experience, students discovered the strange story of Lot and His Wife, and how God saved them before He destroyed the city that they were living in. In this story Lot made the decision to be obedient to God’s instructions, while […]Read More
Welcome to 2013! It is January, the first month of a new year, which is a time when we all re-focus on the things that are (or should be) most important in our lives. And there is nothing more important to high school students than their relationships. That’s why we’re starting off 2013 with a […]Read More
I love getting gifts! And I know you do too! It’s one of my favorite things about Christmas! (…and my birthday…Valentine’s Day…………President’s Day…etc.) As I read the story of Jesus’ birth in Matthew chapter 2 I see something interesting about the idea of giving gifts. Christians have adopted the gift-giving process from the gifts of […]Read More
Hello again parents, we pray that your family is doing great as we near this special time of year! This week was our second of the series, “Christmas unwrapped.” This week we are looking at the tradition of giving gifts on Christmas. Tonight we pointed out how Jesus is such a precious gift to us […]Read More
Last week in my blog, we discussed the difference between discipline and punishment. As we discovered God wants us to discipline our kids, I listed several key ingredients to effective discipline. Last night during our student services, we expanded on these thoughts in a parent breakout session. From that discussion I wanted to post a […]Read More
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