/* Style Definitions */
mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt;
font-family:”Times New Roman”;
mso-fareast-font-family:”Times New Roman”;
Here are the links to some of the online reading that I’ve enjoyed this week.
Suggestions for Preventing and Helping Prodigals is an article by Sally Clarkson that I encourage you bookmark and come back to when you have some time, especially if you have children ten and older. She looks at so much in the article it is hard to summarise it but maybe the words that come to mind is that she considers issues of socialization, from a slightly different perspective. One that we need to take to heart.
This Sunday I was on roster to give the “children’s message”. The first place I always go to get my thoughts kick started is Sermons4Kids. They have a huge variety of kids talks, and most of them are object lessons.
"Momma, you don’t ever rest." – Ouch! I could here my family saying these words. Can I be still and rest? Rest isn’t so much about taking the power nap after lunch but more about where my heart is, it isn’t so much about what is on my to-do list but my attitude while I work through it.
Disciple like Jesus has some good reads for the parent with a discipleship focus in their families.
As I continue my study on Prov 31 over at The Homeschool Lounge I found this online Bible Tools site, Biblos.com. I usually use Crosswalk, and it was refreshing to use a site with a different layout and slightly different tools. I particularly liked the parallel translations.
With all the social activities we have happening at the moment health kind of goes out the window. When I’m at home I’m trying to balance this with lots of Green Smoothies.