As parents, we often look forward to our children becoming more independent. When they’re in diapers and need to be fed every..
In many congregations, the Sunday after Earth Day becomes Earth Care Sunday. We sing hymns like “For the Beauty of the Earth,”..
The dinner table is sometimes the hub for family life. As we share a meal together, we often debrief about the..
I love the questions that kids ask. They’re often uncensored and profound and they make me reconsider things I thought I knew..
Of all the things I miss about not gathering for in-person Sunday school and worship, the one I miss the most is..
When I was young, my father rented the movie “Old Yeller” for our family to watch. We’re a family of dog lovers,..
Saturday marks the start of spring. The days are getting longer. Buds are beginning to emerge on bare trees. Birds are singing. ..
Many of us likely remember Cliffs Notes. Many times, confused by a book assigned to us in English class or short on..
Rules are important to young children. And they are especially tuned in to instances where someone has not followed the rules. Siblings..
When I was a child, I believed all promises were binding and equally important. If a friend said she could play outside..
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