Monthly Archives: July 2014

July 31, 2014

Good morning, Father. As I anticipate seeing my precious preschoolers this week, my heart swells with joy because it has been a privilege to be a part of their lives this past year. They have grown so much in the things they can do, the way they are better listeners when Your Word is read, the questions they ask, and the friendships they have made as I have watched them learn to love their friends. My prayer is that I have … Continue reading

July 23, 2014

Good morning, Father. I am in awe of Your creation. As I drove home the other night, when I turned down my street I saw two deer eating dinner in my neighbors’ yard! There was a tiny doe and a slightly bigger buck with antlers. I took photos as I gazed at their beauty. God’s creation is beautiful. If you travel, you have seen much and know what I mean. But God’s most beautiful creation is you–created in His image and designed with purpose on … Continue reading

July 16, 2014

Good morning, Father Did I ever thank You for asking me to teach preschoolers at Brentwood Baptist Church? It is such a blessing every time I serve. To know that You chose me to plant seeds, to begin or continue building that firm foundation for eternal salvation is humbling. You have placed me in a place of honor. Use me to teach what I believe in faith to the families You touch through me. (1 Corinthians 15:3-11) In the power of … Continue reading

July 10, 2014

Good morning, Father. As I teach preschoolers Your Word, I am reminded Jesus was never too busy to meet a need. Jesus is my example of servanthood. May I never be too proud to serve someone else.  I covet to be a servant of Jesus Christ, my fellow workers, and God’s people. My heart’s desire is that Jesus looks down and says to the Father, they are about My business. “As we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, … Continue reading

July 2, 2014

Good morning, Father. I love how You teach me lessons through nature. This week I am watching two Ginny Wrens constantly feed their newborns that are in a nest in my hanging geranium basket. They worked hard to build this nest where their eggs would be laid. Their instinct tells them to prepare for the future, and they continue to do so by feeding their young. Why? To help them thrive, grow, and get to the point of being taught to fly. … Continue reading