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Competition seems to be a natural element of our make-up as humans, and it’s a huge part of our culture. We compete for jobs—and parking spaces. We spend hours glued to TVs watching our favorite sports teams or “reality” music, dance, or cooking competitions. We enroll our kids in sports leagues and music lessons and push them to do their best at all times. And that’s only the beginning! more
06/26/2015 at 07:26 am
What are the things our family does to help care for God’s creation? Why is it important to do those things?
Are there things we could be doing differently to help take better care of creation? What would help us do those things?
What’s your favorite part of God’s creation (place, animal, weather, etc.)? Why is that your favorite?
What’s one thing you personally will do this week to be a better creation caretaker?
06/03/2015 at 09:46 am
Plan a family outdoor activity, such as a hike, this month. Before you leave, do this litany together. Then during your outing make a list of some of the things you see that God created and the days they were created in the creation story from Genesis 1 (for example, a bluebird, day 5). When you return home, place your list in your family Bible at Genesis 1 and repeat together the prayer at the end of this litany. more
06/03/2015 at 09:44 am
by Karen M. Leet
Sometimes things get tough for our families. Maybe one family member is having problems, and everyone feels the stress. Or maybe something happens that hurts the whole family. God can and will help us get through these difficult times and strengthen our families. The next time your family is facing a hard challenge, try some of these family faith builders.
04/30/2015 at 09:31 am
Fascinating Facts about Papua New Guinea
This island country north of Australia is home to around 7 million people. Paupua New Guinea is the eastern part of an island known as New Guinea, which is one of the largest islands in the world. The other half of the island is controlled by Indonesia. The island is named after the African country of Guinea. more
04/30/2015 at 09:07 am