An open email from a thankful mom.
Dear Nursery Volunteer,
If I were a better woman, I would send you a hand-written letter sealed in a floral-print envelope with a gift card to the local coffee shop. But, truthfully, I’m not certain I can find a piece of paper in my house that doesn’t have a to-do list, an appointment reminder or a grocery list
It's the time of year when you and your few have settled into a rhythm.
As an SGL, you've figured out how much time to invest each week to prepare to teach your few.
You've learned how to transition your kids from one segment of the service to the next without losing their attention...much.
You've even discovered ways to make an activity fun but not crazy.
We've probably all seen the power of celebrating traditions in our families (just think about your favorite childhood memories - I'm guessing a bunch of them will be connected to a family tradition or two).
But have you ever thought about harnessing the power of traditions for your small group?
Traditions are powerful.
The traditions we celebrate have this crazy ability to bind us to the