lesson. Thursday , February 08th , 2018 - 22:54:44 PM
Now, imagine another situation where your other child reaches out with this same call and says he is failing mathematics, language, and history.
3. This church might not look like ours, but all churches have at least one thing in common. They all have people inside of them. (Open up the box to reveal the cotton balls.) Lets pretend that all these cotton balls are people in this church. One of the people is a stranger. Can anyone pick out the stranger? (Let the kids look through the cotton balls. Some will think that theyve found the stranger. Question them why they think that particular cotton ball is different from the others.) If we are all honest, we really cant figure out which person is the stranger. Can we?
It's worth taking the time to review your life and the lessons you have learned/areas you are focusing on. Are you enjoying the subjects you are learning or would you be better off changing your options? Are you still playing with kindergarten lessons when really you'd benefit more in seniors? Are you fitting in enough playtime in between lessons?
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