ACTS 2:45 People who followed Jesus
shared what they had with
anyone who needed it.
SAY THIS:What tells you
which way to go? The Bible tells me
which way to go.
As you bathe your child, read the directions on the shampoo, conditioner and bathwash bottles to him/her each time you use one of them. Talk about how the directions tell you the way to wash. Tell your child that God gave us a book that tells us the way to go. "What book did God give us? The Bible!"
"Show me the right path, O Lord;
point out the road for me to follow." Psalm 25:4, NLT
BASIC TRUTH: God made me. God loves me.
Jesus wants to be my friend forever.
From Parent Cue:
MAKING THE MOST OF DRIVE TIME By Sarah Anderson
For a lot of parents, and for a lot of kids, drive time is a necessary evil we have to endure before arriving at our final destination: the grandparents house, the soccer game, the carpool line, the grocery store, church, or wherever else. But drive time can become an opportunity when we infuse meaning into the every day moments we have with our kids.
When you think about it, time in the car is packed full of potential. You are literally stuck in the same space with your kids as you drive from point A to point B. But this doesn’t have to be a death sentence. In fact, if you turn down the radio, turn off the DVD player, and use it as a time to connect with your kids, you may find yourself wishing for more . . .