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Raising godly children can be compared to buying clothes for them. The TV and magazines they see and the stores they browse will determine which styles they gravitate toward. In similar fashion, the people they hang around with, the ideas and worldviews they are exposed to, and the experiences they have will shape the people they become.
I am burnt out on planning. I find myself having to re-plan all the time. Meals, play dates, lessons, next year’s lessons, activities, chores. You get the picture. I get so overwhelmed by decisions! How do you cope with this or minimize having to keep making new lists, rules, incentives all the time as the kids needs change? Sara
We were “created in Christ for the good works which God prepared ahead of time so that we should walk in them,” Ephesians 2:10. I don’t know about you, but that verse has haunted me for years. What good works? What, exactly, should I be doing? How do I know it’s the right thing? What if I do the wrong thing? It can be absolutely