God shows Himself as the Good Shepherd, and then gives us the opportunity to reflect Him by being good shepherds ourselves. Here’s how we can mimic the Good Shepherd for the kids in our flock.
As Americans, we value our independence. But with independence comes responsibility. I think of our goal as parents to raise our children to become independent adults.
All children will at some point in their lives experience a crisis. It might be living in a community that has experienced a natural disaster, having a parent or sibling who has a debilitating illness, or losing a family member to an accident.
Can you think of an opportunity that changed your life? For many teens Christian Youth In Action has been that life-changing opportunity.
Do you know which church holidays occur after Easter? Even if you didn’t grow up in a tradition that celebrated the high church calendar there’s a lot of good in remembering events from it. And one of those events is this week. Do you know which one? Here’s a hint, it’s the next big event after Jesus ascended to Heaven.
Names are important and powerful because they remind us of the people in our lives, what they’re like, and how they’ve influenced us.
What do you think when you hear the name “God.”
Do you like the way you look? It’s easy to have a harsh view of our own body. Many kids also struggle with their body image. As they grow and their bodies change, they can become uncomfortable with themselves.
What was the first thing you bought with your own money? For me, it was a sketch pad and professional paints. It’s fun to spend your hard-earned money on something you enjoy.
Is there a Satan Club in your child’s public school? There very well could be. Here’s a little background and then some advice.