Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Single Living Skill: Teaching Kids the Bible

Are you looking for a convenient resource to teach Bible to children or grandchildren?
Take a look at Lori Fairchild's Everyday Truth: Teaching the Bible to Your Kids as You Walk Along Life's Busy Path
Lori posts Monday - Friday, with lessons she's shared with her own two daughters, ages 7 and 9.
It's not too late to join in with building your own "Thanksgiving Wall." She's just one click away, why not visit today? (Oh, that rhymes!)
Speaking of Thanksgiving, here's my next one:  I thank the Lord for the progress I see with the GriefShare group I facilitate on Sunday evenings at Springboro Baptist Church. Our first night together was pretty grim---everyone trying not to cry, hoping they wouldn't get called on, even a little suspicious and guarded . . . Well, those days are over! Now they're at home and befriending each other, supporting and praying and caring for each other and TALKING so much I hardly get a word in edgewise! (yay!--this is good!)  Lifeboat, the private Facebook group I host, is going the same way and this is as it should! I'm thankful that the Lord has come alongside and ministered to grieving hearts through the fellowship and caring of His church--both in a local body of believers and also in those women who have somehow or other made their way through oceans of grief to climb aboard Lifeboat.  If you're on Facebook and would like to try Lifeboat, simply friend me, Ferree Hardy, and I'll add you in so you can try it out. If it's not for you, simply opt out, there's no obligation.
Take one step at a time on this journey through grief, dear one.
God is near.
ferree

2 comments:

  1. Thanks so much, Ferree. I love your blog. What a great resource for widowed women. God bless.

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  2. Thanks Lori, I hope many will find your good Bible teaching, and may God reward your faithfulness. :)

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