The love of our parents who steered us to the word. Even if some of us might have strayed from the beautiful words of prayer they have petitioned on our behalf . We pray that we now find the prayers for our children and their children. Draw us close to you Lord so that we... Continue Reading →
A child’s wonder
The child covered by grace, captivated by things splendid and pure. Let us not get in the way of the truth. The learning and desire for flight is unmatched and awaiting instruction on the path they should take. Looking to us for demonstration on the way they should go, let us be mindful that feeding... Continue Reading →
Mind body and spirit
Continue to keep the words of our God in your homes. Let the children know about the God you so love, let there be no doubt about what to do when one encounters feeling of fear, lacking hope, or discouraged. Prepare them for the troubles of the day by teaching them to rest in Jesus.... Continue Reading →
What’s important? How do we keep God’s word in our home
Are we asking too much of our little ones in reading the word daily. Every morning we make sure they brush their teeth, eat and go to school? How much more emphasis should we place on them reading, knowing and living the word? Do we need to do these things in order to request it... Continue Reading →
Steadfast in the hope for children
Remain diligent in hope for our children and youth. Let us fill our home with God’s word and live in demonstration of Jesus’s grace for us as we go out and come in. Our hope is first in the power of the resurrection of Jesus and in his love. Stay without ceasing for deliverance of... Continue Reading →
Understanding through the “what.”
Have you as parents encountered the what? As your child begin to speak, and from the moment they demonstrate awareness, or the one that we are able to notice, our children seem to repeat the what. Go back to game of “peek a boo”, when they turn their heads to your voice and fix their... Continue Reading →
Words of truth for our families. Seeking this truth is a must when what we know and sometimes believe to be right because we saw someone else become successful at it. The word we would like to look at is wealth.
What is it, where does it comes from, how do we hold on to it and who has access to it. This and many questions come up. Here are seven scriptures that help us place it in our hearts. Seek these answers for yourself by faith, diving deep into these verses and the chapters they... Continue Reading →
Words, phrases and verses for the family
During family time of devotions I would recommend taking time to discuss what was read in the word and get in agreement. We sometimes ask for more independence in the things assigned to our children but a greater emphasis needs to be placed on inputting the necessary values needed to succeed and knowing where their... Continue Reading →
Keeping the word within your home starts with doing just that and making it part of routine, culture, environment and atmosphere.
Our kids have many questions they need answers to and so do we. I am not sure what exactly occurs in our schools and in our homes as we observe changes in children. It is therefor important to have them incorporate a daily read of the word in their routine and a weekly family devotion.... Continue Reading →
Let’s gather our children near. Introduce them to the truth of who they are and are called to become. Affirm them with the words you received since their conceptions that they may make a boast of the name of Jesus. Disciple the little ones in faith, hope and love, teaching them through the gospel of... Continue Reading →
Simple but yet complex. Internally? generated or externally reinforced. Initiated by the things we do or forced upon us by another? Does laws protect you from shame or if done onto us, is it due to another breaking the law? Let’s look at the first book of the Bible for its meaning. Please help the... Continue Reading →
Parents help fill the holes.
Please encourage love for others in our children even when it’s hard for them. Address the fears as effectively as one can early as possible because it’s hard to unlearn behaviors that isolate them from others. I know the challenges of making time to help them face each battle they encounter, hence why spending time... Continue Reading →