So I was catching up on weekend tweets, Facebook, and news stories this morning when I came across a story about a five year old little girl who will soon die from an inoperable brain tumor. Her parents are trying to raise $1.3 million to help finish an oceanic learning center so that it will be named after their daughter. I think that’s an amazing feat of courage to attempt something like...
I was directing traffic this afternoon when a storm threatened to blow through the area. The sky began to darken and the breeze noticeably increased. As I looked around at the crepe myrtles and other trees close by that were about 10 feet or shorter, their leaves were rustling gently amidst this new wind. However, the taller trees, those above 25 feet, were swaying back and forth. The tops...
August is a five Sunday month. That means our 5th Sunday is always a little different from the rest of the month. This week, we will be looking at Faith Skill #2 – Personalize Scripture: memorize & apply. Using Philippians 4:8 as our primary text, we will teach the kids the axiom: “Think about what God says, and it’ll change you.”
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I had the privilege over the weekend of putting together a website for a new ministry project born out of the desire to help kids who were impacted by last weeks’ tornadoes. Kids4AL.com is asking kids and families all over the state to create shoe boxes filled with encouraging notes and fun games to distribute to children through EMA sites in storm impacted areas.
If you are a part of the...
2011 marks the end of the drop side crib, and your church is probably not exempt. As for our church, we are already trying to decide when we will begin replacing our current cribs. If budget allows, I plan to be very proactive and replace all of our drop side cribs this summer even though we have until December 2012. We take the safety of our children very seriously and we want the parents...