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God’s Providence and a Boy’s Fishing Plans

April 23, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
Every day we have opportunities to teach our children to see and understand everything through the amazing reality of God’s providence. But how often do we actually make “use” of these opportunities? Do some incidents or situations seem too small or insignificant to warrant God’s notice? Here is a delightful true story featured in the […]... continue >>

Shaping Your Child’s Attitude toward Church

April 22, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
Think of how your children might “see” the church—the body of Christ—through you. Are they being given an attractive picture that they would want to embrace? Here are some good words from Tedd and Margy Tripp, Church is usually a family priority for believers. That is good and appropriate. But parents shape how their children […]... continue >>

Good Advice from a President to His Son

April 21, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt was an avid sports enthusiast. But he also saw a potential danger in that enthusiasm. Here is a portion of a letter he wrote to his son Ted while Ted was away at school. This advice is as sound today as it was when he wrote it, and is a good […]... continue >>

The Existence of Evil and Good Friday

April 16, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
There comes a point when there is no longer a way to avoid the difficult question, “Why is there evil in the world?” Whether or not our children and students verbalize it specifically, they will be wondering. How will we answer a question that so many great thinkers and theologians have debated for centuries? I […]... continue >>

A Gospel Song for Children

April 15, 2014 in Blog with 0 Comments
One of the things I miss most about not teaching this year is the wonderful worship time that I experienced in first grade Sunday school. I especially miss singing Mighty, Mighty Savior with the children. It is an easy song for children to learn, and it presents clear Gospel truth. You can see the words […]... continue >>