God Made Everything

God Made Everything

When my kids were preschoolers, much of our days were spent learning about the world around us. Everything was new to them. Everything! Learning began with me simply pointing to things and naming them. Once they developed their own words, “What’s that?” was asked daily followed by “Where did it come from?” I’m sure the same it true for the preschoolers in your life. It truly is a WONDER-ful time of life. It’s also the perfect time to begin teaching children that God made everything. Imagine... Read More
The Easter Story

The Easter Story

Easter is a big story for little hearts. That’s one of the reasons I wrote The Easter Story, just for toddlers and preschoolers. I wanted parents and churches to have an age appropriate first step for sharing the story we hope will last way beyond egg hunts and frilly dresses. The years go by quickly and we want parents to be able to look back and be thankful they focused on what matters most. I shared on the Parent Cue Blog how my son’s Easter basket reminded me how important it is that we... Read More
Christmas In Hurt Park :: Advent Calendar 2016

Christmas In Hurt Park :: Advent Calendar 2016

This is the time of year when joy should abound, yet many of us still find ourselves searching for it. Homes are filled with families rushing through the season filling their schedules and shopping carts to overflowing. But, as you already know, these things just don’t produce the joy for which our souls were created. Maybe it’s because joy is not a thing to be found, but a person to be known. And, when we choose to live as Jesus showed us, joy will naturally follow—much like the Christmas my... Read More
My First Bible Was A Children’s Book

My First Bible Was A Children’s Book

I knew from the moment I found out we were going to have a baby that I wanted to teach our children about God. The problem was I had only been a Christian for 3 ½ years, and my love for the Lord far exceeded my knowledge of the Bible. I had never taught anyone about Jesus. I was just learning how to read the Bible for myself. And, to be honest, it was quite intimidating and overwhelming during those early years. I often wondered, How am I going to share stories from the Bible with my children... Read More
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