ACTS 16:16-34 Paul and Silas pray and sing
to the Lord while in prison.
SAY THIS: Who gives you the power
to do everything? Jesus gives me the power
to do everything.
As you drive, take turns saying, "Jesus gives me the power to [action word]." When you get where you're going, say together, "Jesus gives me the power to do everything!" Example action words: love, help, run, smile, hug, clean my room, forgive, wash dishes, walk my dog, etc.
"I can do everything by the power of Christ."
Philippians 4:13, NIrV
BASIC TRUTH: JESUS WANTS TO BE MY FRIEND FOREVER
From Parent Cue:
WE'RE ALL A WORK IN PROGRESS
By Mike Tiemamnn
As our kids grow from toddlers to kindergarteners to preteens, a funny thing happens. Our focus shifts. We no longer worry so much about just keeping them alive. Instead, as they slowly but surely become more independent, we think about what kind of people they’ll become.
Our hope is that our kids will learn to live out good qualities like honesty, trust, courage, patience, and forgiveness.
But what’s our role in helping our kid develop these traits? Are they already hardwired?
Here’s something important to remember as you consider: God has made each one of us in His image, with the ability to live with integrity and demonstrate His character to others . . .