As I scrolled through Facebook- past the ads, the drama, and the memes- one video popped out at me. There she was, a sweet little girl about three years old. Her mama prompted her as she spouted out scripture after scripture. Frankly, this teeny tiny child knew more scripture than I did. Hmmm… That little sister in Christ inspired me. She challenged me. Surely my own son could have the Word hidden so deeply in his own heart? Surely I should also be more diligent in teaching my little guy to love and know what God says in His...Read More
Tis the season for celebration! Christmas is undoubtedly, unashamedly, my favorite season of the year. Yes, I’m one of those people who leaves their decorations up well into January, y’all. I love the lights, I love giving gifts, I love the festive atmosphere. But most of all, I love the celebration of Jesus! Want to take a journey through the Christmas story with your toddler or preschooler? Shop now and discover a month-long early learning pack, full of brain-building and Jesus-filled learning activities for the Nativity story. When Christmas comes around, I like to give myself visible reminders...Read More
“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” Hebrews 11:1 “Now faith”… This is one of those verses I could just sit and ponder for hours. Has your faith been lacking a little lately? Memorize Hebrews 11:1 with your family and give your faith a little boost. How does God define faith? Faith is the substance of things hoped for. In other words, faith takes an ethereal, abstract idea like hope and puts meat and bones on it. Faith has a certain weight to it. It’s gritty and messy and hard at times, but...Read More
Verse of the Week Proverbs 17:7 A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity. It’s in the times of adversity that the quality of a friendship is revealed. This week, think about a friend, family member, or neighbor who is in need of encouragement. What are some practical ways your family can show love at all times? For your littlest family members, try these motions to help them remember this encouraging verse: A friend loves (give yourself a hug) At all times (point to your wrist like a watch) And a brother (pat...Read More
Here’s a question for you: What’s the last thing your child hears before going to sleep? Why not make it the living Word of God? Praying at bedtime is a time-honored tradition for good reason. It resets my heart and prepares me to take on the next day with new grace. As a new mom, I craved for that same peace to rest in my son’s soul as I put him to bed. So, I turned to Psalm for comfort. The book of Psalm is perfect for praying aloud, plus the rhythmic lines of these poems lull those little ears right...Read More
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