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* What’s one new thing you’d like to learn this year?
* What’s one thing you’d like to do differently this year?
* How can we help each other achieve our goals for this new year?
* Is there a family project you’d like for us to take on this year? What would we have to do to make that possible?
12/30/2014 at 02:00 am
It’s a new year, and we’re focusing on each person’s uniqueness as a beloved child of God. So, while we’re at it, why not celebrate the uniqueness of your family by creating a family scrapbook for the year? Most kids love creative endeavors, so encourage your children’s artistic talents to make a scrapbook that’s as unique as your family is!
12/30/2014 at 01:30 am
When you get right down to it, all kids are similar. They giggle, fuss, stomp around, yell, joke, and get shy. Our lives are enriched by all the different ways they express themselves. Yet many times, when we encounter someone with a disability, we have difficulty understanding what he or she is telling us.
If we remember that at our most basic levels we all share similarities, we can use our own experiences to understand other people better and to help our children do the same. more
10/01/2014 at 02:15 pm
Fascinating Facts about Madagascar
Madagascar is a large island in the Indian Ocean off the coast of southeastern Africa. Scientists believe it broke off from the African continent and drifted to its present location millions of years ago. The island, which is the fourth largest in the world, is home to about 21 million people.
09/30/2014 at 02:15 pm
Leader: God says, “Before I formed you, I knew you. Before you were ever born, I made you holy.”*
All: God says, “You are precious in my sight, and I love you.”
Leader: God says, “You have my name. I created you for my glory.”**
All: We are God’s people, created by God and loved by God. more
09/30/2014 at 02:14 pm
Fascinating facts about Ukraine
Ukraine is the second largest country in Europe and borders Russia. The Russian language is widely spoken. In 1991, the country became independent from the Soviet Union.
The Ukrainian flag is made up of two equal horizontal colors, blue and yellow, which symbolize the clear blue sky over a yellow wheat field. more
08/29/2014 at 12:21 pm