JOHN 13:3-17 Jesus demonstrates how good
of a friend He is by washing
His friends' feet.
SAY THIS: Who is your friend? Jesus is my friend.
When you go into your child's room this month, smile and say, "Happy Easter, [child's name]! Jesus is alive, and He wants to be your friend forever!"
“A friend loves at all times.”
Proverbs 17:17, NIrV
BASIC TRUTH: JESUS WANTS TO BE MY FRIEND FOREVER
From Parent Cue:
BIGGER THAN YOUR HOUSE By Brooklyn Lindsey
We talk all the time about Widening the Circle for our kids, inviting people into your life and into your kid’s life that you hope will influence both you and them in a positive way. But how do you do this? How can you invest strategically in these relationships?
1) Talk to the person you hope will influence your kid.
That person needs to know that your kid looks up to them and is influenced by them. Express your hopes that he or she will be someone your kid can confide in and will build a relationship with them. Talking to the people that your kids will be talking to is really important and helps establish a mutual level of trust . . .