MARK 7:32-37 Some people ask Jesus to heal
their deaf friend, and He does.
SAY THIS: Who do you need? I need Jesus.
As you drive, ask your child to tell you about his/her favorite foods. Talk about your favorites too. Briefly discuss how some children around the world only get one meal per day because they don't always have money for food. When children don't have enough food, their bodies won't grow big and strong. We can help them! What kinds of foods would you like to give to help them have food to eat?
"You are everything I need."
Psalm 119:57, NIrV
BASIC TRUTH: Jesus wants to be my friend forever.
From Parent Cue:
3 SURVIVAL TIPS FOR PRESCHOOL PARENTS By Liz Hansen
If you’ve got one under five, you’re stretched.
If you’ve got two under five, you’re beyond capacity.
If you’ve got more than two under five, well, living in the South, I’ll simply say, “Bless your heart.”
My boys are almost two and four. I’m just beginning to emerge from the fog of baby years and enter the throes of two rough and tumble little beings attempting independence. Most of the time, I feel like we’re making up this parenting thing as we go. But there are a few survival tools I’ve gathered for the days I’m barely keeping my head above water . . .