Lesson #24

We’ve been marching through these lessons since late March. That’s six months – half a year! – of providing children’s discipleship lessons. And guess what!

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Tuesday Talk: 9-22-2020

I’m writing this post at 3:00am. After Hudson woke up (twice) and went back to bed (twice), I remembered we hadn’t written this yet. So here I am, in the dark, fingers frantically flying across my phone’s keyboard so that I can (hopefully) get some more sleep before the day really begins.

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Friday Faves: A Quick Recap

Allen and I were supposed to be at a retreat all week on the Oregon Coast…

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Lesson #23

Boy, this lesson gets right to the heart of the issue…

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Tuesday Talk: 9-15-2020

It Tuesday and the 15th of the month, so you know what that means…

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Friday Faves

We can’t let today pass by without remembering and honoring those who lost their lives 19 years ago in terrorist attacks or helping those in need. We are thankful that God “heals the broken-hearted and binds up their wounds” as Psalm 147:3 promises. May He heal our nation and bind us to Him.

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Lesson #22

There are some things in life that have very distinct purposes. A blanket is for keeping warm (and building forts). Shoes are for protecting your feet (and being stylish). Spoons are for eating peanut butter right out of the jar (I mean…).

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Tuesday Talk: Exodus 14

I’m going to just share my heart in this post, so if you’re really not into that, feel free to skip this one. It isn’t exactly light-hearted.

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Friday Favorites: One a Day

For this week’s Friday Favorites post, we are sharing one picture from each day of the week! This will give you a glimpse of what we’ve been up to, plus be a highlight reel for the last 7 days. Ready? Go!

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Lesson #21

We’re now about 5 months into developing these lesson plans… and just over halfway through the book of Romans! While publishing them might take us through the rest of this fall, hopefully it is a resource you can tuck away for later.

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