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Strawberry Shortcake shortcomings: Lessons on child-like faith

Mommy, will you play Strawberry Shortcake with me?

I didn’t even open my eyes. As I turned over in bed, my groggy, early morning brain responded, “Not yet, sweetie.” 809 more words


Do As The Children Do

We can learn a lot from children. In fact, I think as adults we NEED children in our lives. They remind me especially to lighten up and have fun, to see the best in people despite how they treat me, to dream, and to have child-like faith. 332 more words


Whistle While You Work: Beat Burnout

I want you to take a moment to think about Bob Cratchit from “A Christmas Carol” and his ability to smile in the midst of everything he endured. 639 more words


The Death of Childhood Christianity

Does Christianity become more harsh and somber the older you get?

It’s convenient to scapegoat youth groups—and the younger generation—for being superficial, focusing on entertainment, and trying to be “fun” instead of facilitating true discipleship, but what if the church has the exact… 964 more words

youthsforchrist reblogged this on Moving Forward and commented:

Good post by a fellow blogger. Definitely an edifying read.

Like A Child (mixed media and kyrielle)

“Truly I tell you, anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it” –Mark 10:15

It must be the time of year, but I’ve been feeling so uninspired and blah. 310 more words


Child-like faith for a mourning mom

My husband and I has been trying for almost a year and just when I was about to schedule an appointment with my OB-GYN to start ruling out fertility issues, I took a test and it said I was pregnant! 1,259 more words

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Promise of the Children

“And He called a little child to Himself and put him in the midst of them, and said, Truly I say to you, unless you repent (change, turn about) and become like little children ; it would  be better for him to have a great millstone fastened around his neck and to be sunk in the depth of the sea.” (Matthew 18:2-6) 433 more words

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