Can we really expect a 4-year-old to recite the memory verse two hours after he heard it in your small group on Sunday morning?
Can we expect a 2-year-old to properly pronounce all of those words so that Mom and Dad understand what she is saying?
Yes and, well, yes—at least some of the words with a little help!
First let’s think about why we
It’s dinnertime on Saturday and cars line the street. With the doorbell ringing every few minutes, it doesn’t take long for things to get cranking. People troop through the house, depositing soda or side dishes in the kitchen as they go. Some of the moms stay behind to peel off the Saran Wrap and stick serving spoons in the bowls. Most of the adults, though,
Let’s face it. Middle schoolers can be difficult. They are in such an uncertain time in their lives – one foot in childhood and the other in adulthood. Unsure of who they are, they spend their time trying to figure it out and that process can be a little rough. They can be awkward and annoying and sometimes, even, hard to love.
They actually remind