Watch Ms. Leslie’s Video Lesson and the Kindness Craft Video for this week. And below that, read Ms. Leslie’s letter to parents.
Imagine the Possibilities
As you watch the video, make sure you have the items below. Let’s go!
- A Bible
- Red Bag of Courage
- Prayer Pin
- God Glasses
- Activity Booklet
- Paper and Pens or Markers
Kindness Craft Video
Coming tomorrow. Stay Tuned!
Ms. Leslie’s Letter to Parents
Two days ago while lying next to my husband, wanting desperately to fall asleep, I rolled over and whispered, “Frank, I’m in a dark place and I can’t get out of it. I feel overwhelmingly inadequate, confused, like a total failure.” Gentle words and a tender pat tried to reassure me.
But all I could see was darkness.
I was desperate. “Frank, will you pray for me? Please.” In a half-asleep daze, my precious Frank rose to the occasion and prayed. The darkness refused to disperse. But, somehow, touching the one who could see The Light, I fell asleep.
Jesus tells us, “I am the Light of the World.” John 8:12, 9:5. We are all people who walk in darkness at different times and in different ways. Children included. Together, we stand with one common need: to see The Light in the presence of darkness.
So, the questions we might ask ourselves are these:
How do I “touch” someone when I can’t see The Light?
How do I stay “touchable” for my children when they see dark?
We give great thanks to You, Lord God, for being The Light that pierces the darkness.
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