What is your least favorite part about gardening? If you said weeding, I wouldn’t blame you. Even though it’s hard work, you know it’s worth the effort. Lies are like weeds, springing up to choke out the truth in kids’ hearts. Sometimes lies are sneaky, just like weeds which often look very much like the real plant they’re growing next to. You may not know they’re there until they have deep roots.
Fall is finally here, or as some of my friends like to call it, pumpkin spice season. Fall is a special time of year. The weather starts cooling down, school schedules are set in place, and some fun activities are around the corner. I personally love the first chilly morning and the first whiff of smoke from the wood-burning furnace. I also love fall because there are some great ways to use this season to teach kids about God. Today, I have three fall-themed activities you can do with kids that will teach them more about the creator of this great season.
For some people, it’s hard enough to get back to church in person let alone go to Sunday school too! But if your family isn’t going to Sunday school, let me tell you why you’re missing out.
Even though COVID restrictions have lifted, some people are having a hard time getting back to church. We got comfortable staying in our PJs and watching something online and having more time for ourselves on Sunday.
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It’s good for kids to be able to recognize various forms of bullying. This helps them call it out, as well as have more of a conscience about whether they are actually condoning or participating in it themselves.
“I don’t believe there’s a loving God,” Josh said with all sincerity. Some may think this is an exaggerated statement, but for many it’s real.
You can prepare kids to trust God’s faithfulness regardless of the challenges they face by teaching them about “God Sightings.”