GENESIS 21:14-20 God hears Hagar and her son's cries for water in the desert and gives them what they need.
SAY THIS: Who's got it? God's got it.
As you drive, tell your child to look out the window and name places as you pass them. Each time he/she names a place, ask, "Is God with you when you go to the [place name]? Yes! God is with you wherever you go!"
"God is with you wherever you go."
Joshua 1:0, NLT
BASIC TRUTH: God loves me.
From Parent Cue:
THE THING WE NEED TO
GIVE TO OTHER PARENTS By Jon Acuff
Most of the time, these posts I write are about how we should treat ourselves and our kids, but not today. Today I want to quickly talk about how we should treat other parents.
It’s so easy to judge each other. It’s so easy to criticize or analyze another parent. “Can you believe they spent that much on their kid’s birthday? That’s crazy. It was so over the top.” It’s so easy to cut each other down.
But what if instead, every parent gave to every other parent something really simple? What if the thing parents need the most is grace.
What if the next time a parent in your neighborhood makes a mistake; you give them grace instead of judgment? What if the next time a parent from your kid’s class at school forgets the snack for the party, you give them grace? What if the next time the parent is late dropping off your kid after a sleepover, you give them grace? . . .