PSALM 119:11 When we learn God's words,
we can take them
wherever we go.
SAY THIS:What is with you
wherever you go? God's Word is with me
wherever I go.
When you go in your child's room this month say, "Good morning, [child's name]! It's morning time. God loves us in the morning time, night time, ALL the time!"
"I have hidden your word in my heart." Psalm 119:11, NIV
BASIC TRUTH: God made me. God loves me.
Jesus wants to be my friend forever.
From Parent Cue:
HOW TO FIND REFRESHMENT IN THE
MIDDLE OF SUMMER By Sarah Bragg
Think back to what summer was like before you were a grownup. Do you remember the glory of it? Summers used to be about recharging. Taking time off from the daily grind in order to come back refreshed. I think the people who need refreshment the most are parents, yet it’s sometimes most difficult for parents to find it. Instead, you find yourself just trying to hold on to your sanity as you try to figure out how to entertain your kids while school’s out. You become a constant referee in sibling warfare and get lost in a never-ending state of laundry (how do they wear so many clothes)? And if you hear “I’m bored” one more time, you may lock yourself in a closet.
Summer comes and goes quickly. And much like a hurricane, your emotional, spiritual and relational state of being can be tossed around and left in a state of destruction by the time school starts again. That’s why it’s important to think about how to safeguard your soul. Here’s your challenge: . . .