Many of us have made New Year’s resolutions. We’ve possibly said it’s a new year and a new me. Or, we’ve resolved to lose weight, get in shape, eat healthier, or save money and statistics show that by February most have quit and resorted back to unhealthy habits.
Our kiddos can teach us so much if we slow down and allow them to. When we let go of the need to control the situation or the outcome we become open to possibilities of childlike wonder, breaking out in song-just because, and noticing God’s creation in such a beautiful way.
A couple weeks ago I attended my very first Life Group, a home-based Bible study. I did not know any of the people attending, but I did know the Bible study was going to be focused on Christian parenting.
I recently conducted a presentation to a group of pastors and church leaders regarding the benefits of church leaders and Christian counselors working together to encourage and support healthier, stronger congregations