2 KINGS 5:1-14 Naaman does what God says,
even though it's hard,
and God heals him.
SAY THIS: Whose way is perfect? God's way is perfect
As you drive, ask your child to guess which way you will go by pointing in that direction. When you get where you are going, say, "Good job guessing! When we go God's way we don't have to guess if it's right because God's way is perfect!"
"God's way is perfect."
2 Samuel 22:31, NIrV
BASIC TRUTH: God loves me.
From Parent Cue:
MAKING THE MOST OF MEAL TIME By Sarah Anderson
We talk a lot about making the most of your family rhythm. One of the times you can leverage in your daily rhythm is meal time. Read about other times you can leverage on theparentcue.org
During the younger years, meal time is a circus. As kids get older, it becomes a scheduling feat to get everyone around the table. With little to no effort, meal time can lose any potency it has fairly easily. And that means we have to fight for it. So how do we make meal time matter?
To start, get around the table. Turn off the TV. Leave your phones on the counter. And start talking. The goal of this time to establish your family values. Begin by deciding (with your spouse, if you’re married) three values you want to focus on that represent your family. Maybe your kids developing a faith of their own is a given, so think of three other character-based things to complement their faith. Do you want to be a family that celebrates respect? Honesty? Fun? Connection? Communication? Sports? Intelligence? Picking your top three doesn’t mean you don’t see the importance of other values. It just means you are going to work to elevate these three things. Then, use your time at the table to celebrate these things.
Read more about how to make the most of meal time . . .