HEBREWS 10:24-25 God's family loves and
cares for one another.
SAY THIS:What is with you
wherever you go? God's Word is with me
wherever I go.
For bath time, cut a new kitchen sponge into the shape of a heart. When you place the sponge in the water say, "Water goes in." When you squeeze the sponge say, "Water comes out." As your child plays with the sponge say, "When we say God's words over and over, the words go in our heart."
"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:
PARENTING DANGEROUSLY CLOSE TO EMPTY By Amy Fenton
I’m a single mom, managing 3 kids, trying to take care of my house, the bills, the food, our schedules. I work full time, plus side jobs, and I often find myself parenting dangerously close to empty. I am reminded of a few principles from the book Leading on Empty that resonate in my parenting, that I want to share.
KNOW WHAT FILLS YOUR TANK AND WHAT DRAINS IT.
Make a list of “Fill” and “Drain” items. Our life, our very soul, has to be filled up in order to pour out. If I were to keep driving my car way past empty, my car would stall. If I only put 3 gallons of gas in each time I stopped to fill it, I wouldn’t make it very far. We are the same way. Are you putting less in than your giving out? . . .