This issue should help children to see the humor in the world around them and to enjoy it as one of God’s great gifts to us.Order Now See Inside
For your community
* Keep smiles bright! With a parent, call Head Start or a homeless shelter and offer to donate toothbrushes and toothpaste.
* Resolve to say. “That’s not funny,” whenever someone around you tells a joke that is mean or prejudiced.
* Make a smiling lantern by hollowing out and carving a watermelon with a parent’s help. Display it on a porch or windowsill. (And invite a neighbor to share the yummy part of the melon you carved out.)
* Pray for joy to be contagious in your community.
07/01/2014 at 05:00 am
* Banana halves that have been dipped in melted chocolate and frozen
* Frozen grapes
* A smoothie made by blending yogurt, fresh fruit, and a few ice cubes
* Kabobs made by skewering chunks of fresh fruit
* Make-your-own pops made by freezing fruit juice in small cups. (Insert crafts sticks or spoons when the pops are partially frozen.)
07/01/2014 at 02:00 am
by Karen M. Leet
Our bodies are a wonderful gift from God, but it’s up to us to take good care of them. Here are some good choices to help us do that.
05/31/2013 at 07:51 am