Tuesday, July 12, 2016
So once again we're making this offer at our social media places so that folks who encounter us online may take advantage of the pricing we usually offer to churches and Christian organizations. Hop over and take advantage. Some years ago, we sold loads of this book and it was highly popular in several circles. It was initially designed to be used as a personal devotional by primary children, but we've gotten lots of reports back from folks using it as a family devotional. We still have quite a few copies of the book, but probably won't be reprinting it so get it now if you'd like to have it in your home, or give to your grandchildren in their home, or to your church library even. You could probably still get it at Amazon and other places, but not at this price and not from the original Christian publisher (us at SG).
We'll continue to post the prayers based on the character traits that are encouraged in the book. We post these from time to time at our Facebook page so keep an eye out for them. And please follow us on Facebook if you don't already!
Kisses and Hugs,
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
I just created a new album at the Facebook page by this title and also started a new board at Pinterest entitled "Little Nurses." Guess my inspiration this time was pretty much personal, as my daughter is graduating from nursing school next week and I wanted to give her some quotes for inspiration. And what better pictures to go along with the quotes than little ones pretending to be nurses or interacting with them. There are so many pictures out there, especially vintage ones! And you know how I am about vintage.
God's blessings to all who stop by here. Life is so busy; that same daughter is getting married Labor Day weekend and Facebook and Pinterest do get my attention first, so sometimes I forget about this little blog. But I don't want to let it die. Not yet.
Hope all is well with those who still love blogging-- keep up the good work wherever you are letting your voice be heard. May God use it.
Monday, April 18, 2016
Monday, March 14, 2016
This very nice picture and verse is from a wonderful page on Facebook which HCG follows. This organization, like we do, has a heart for adoption and the many children who have need of homes. I would encourage anyone who has any interest in this area to not only follow the Facebook page, but do whatever may be in their power to support it and help it. The best way any child in need of a home can be helped is, of course, by finding a forever family. But there are many other ways to help even if you're not able to provide that way. And we all know we can always provide prayer support. Go visit the page here when you have a chance. Warning: the page is overrun with adorable children!
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
"O LORD, how manifold are your works! In wisdom have you made them all; the earth is full of your creatures." Psalm 104:24
Amen. May our children learn and know the truth of these words and worship the One who created all these things.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Tuesday Ironing Day
"Dear Lord, help me iron out all the wrinkles of prejudice I have collected though the years so that I may see the beauty in others."
I found the sweetest little prayers in a search for something else and liked them so much that I'm pairing them up with cute pictures at the Facebook page. Here we have one of the prayers and one of the pictures. I would think it's a good idea for our children to know how to iron. I would hope that is a "skill" that would still come in handy for girls AND boys.
But even more, I would hope to see the young people I love to indeed get rid of unhealthy and ungodly prejudices.
Monday, January 18, 2016
And one of the things important to remember is that it's always right to help the poor and needy. World Vision can help you to do that. And thank you, Dr. King, for many wise and true words which you have left behind for us all.
Thursday, January 7, 2016
Thursday, December 17, 2015
During this season of so much attention on this baby in the manger, let's not forget this wonderful quote. Teach them, starting even when they're in the cradle, the truths of the Babe who was born a King. Teach them of their need for Him.
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Image borrowed from World Vision Facebook
May I remind you once again of a way you can help your children think outside of themselves and curb the whining spirit and selfishness so often found in first world families? If you can at all make the sacrifice and find some "extra" funds somewhere, perhaps you as a family can sponsor a child. You can not only give to a needy one somewhere else, but teach your own young ones about the living conditions there, pray diligently for that sponsored child, even put up pictures to help those in your house remember the plight of someone else, and also remind them without lecturing that they have much to be thankful for. Sponsoring through World Vision or some other worthwhile Christian agency is a great option to achieve all these things. But most importantly you'll be fulfilling the Lord's commands found throughout Scripture not to forget the poor and needy. More information can be found here.
Monday, November 9, 2015
(Image source here)
Have you ever read any of those cute little prayers from children? This one is priceless:
Little boy's prayer: "Dear God, Please take care of my mommy and daddy and sister and grandma and grandpa. And please, God, take care of Yourself, or else we're all sunk!"
This was a "joke" on one of those perpetual calendars I used to have, but these childish words are no joke. They are good sound theology. Without the Lord God Almighty, this whole universe is done. We're all sunk. But God is perfectly capable of taking care of Himself along with the rest of us.
Thine, O Lord, is the greatness, and the power, and the glory, and the victory, and the majesty: for all that is in heaven and in the earth is thine; thine is the kingdom, O Lord, and thou art exalted as head above all. I Chronicles 29:11