Photo: Studiomill “Let’s help Mommy and bring the groceries in from the car,” I called to our small children one afternoon a few years ago. Our older two kids, ages four and six at the time, scrambled out to the minivan and quickly picked up plastic bags of food and carried them into the kitchen. Our youngest boy, who was about two, wanted to help and seemed to get lost in the flurry of his older siblings.
Photo: Dreamstime I’d spent the morning with a group of over 60 seventh and eighth graders. Wanting to better understand this age group, I asked them to write down their answer to this question: “If you could ask God one question, what would it be?” I expected them to want to ask God things like why their parents got divorced, if their pet would be in heaven, or why their grandparent had to die
Find it here: http://bit.ly/Y7CSPI The New Life Challenge Cookbook by Patricia Gilbert Are you ready to take the challenge? Often it is a close friend who helps to make life a little easier; the person who knows all about us but faithfully labors to help us see the best in ourselves. This cookbook is designed to be a friend.
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Key Thought : Creation morality encourages belief in fixed standards of right and wrong and calls us to serve and protect that which we have power over. [Teaching plan for Creation and Morality January 28, 2013] 1