We want to help children understand that they are never truly alone, that God is with them always.Order Now See Inside
For people who are lonely
* Ask a family member to go with you to visit an elderly neighbor or member of your church who may not be able to leave home.
* Make some birthday cards and ask the staff at a local shelter or food bank to give them to people on their birthdays.
* Email or call a friend or family member you haven’t seen in a long time.
* Pray for kids who are worried about starting a new school this year.
07/30/2015 at 02:20 pm
* What are some times when you might feel lonely? What helps you to feel better when you’re lonely?
* How is being alone different from feeling lonely?
* Is there anyone we know in our neighborhood or church who seems lonely? What could our family do to help that person?
* Can you think of a time when someone helped you when you were feeling lonely? What did that person do? How did you feel?
07/30/2015 at 02:15 pm
Write a Poem about Spring
The Prize: $25 and publication in the April 2016 issue.
1. You must be 6-12 years old.
2. Your poem must be at least six lines long and no more than 14 lines long.
3. Your poem can rhyme, but it does’t have to. It can be serious or funny, and it can be about any aspect of spring (weather, nature, Easter, things you like to do in spring, etc.)
4. The dealing for mailing or emailing your entry is July 31.
07/15/2015 at 11:38 am
* When is competition fun for you? Is there ever a time when it’s not fun? What makes it fun or not?
* Have you ever played a game with someone who seemed like they only cared about winning? How did you feel about it? Was it fun to play with that person? Why or why not?
* Other than sports or games, what are some other ways people compete?
* When you’re competing, what’s more important than winning? Why are those things more important?
06/26/2015 at 07:05 am