Monthly Archives: November 2015

November 25, 2015

Good morning, Father. My brothers and sisters can be a lot of fun–and they can drive me crazy. One thing is for sure: God, You love them. So I am praying for them. Father God, when my brothers and sisters feel sad or afraid, fill their hearts with Your perfect peace. Show them how to be brave in everything they do. Help them see that You are always with them when they are scared. “You will keep in perfect peace … Continue reading

November 18, 2015

Good morning, Father. My brothers and sisters can be a lot of fun–and they can drive me crazy. One thing is for sure: God, You love them. So, I am praying for them. Holy Spirit, give my brothers and sisters a love for the Bible. Make Your Word come alive and be real to them. Let it show them how to know You better. Help them want to learn the Bible so their faith will grow, and they will make … Continue reading

November 11, 2015

Good morning, Father. My brothers and sisters can be a lot of fun, and they can drive me crazy. One thing is for sure–God, You love them. So I am praying for them. Wise God, help my brothers and sisters realize that You are much smarter than they are. Help them ask You for wisdom to make good decisions that honor You and bring good for them. “I will instruct you and show you the way to go; with My … Continue reading

Teaching Ideas for November 8

Bible Story: “Elisha and the Widow” Scripture: 2 Kings 4:1-7 Babies (Their Bible story is  “God Cared for Elijah,” 1 Kings 17:1-16.) Babies are hearing about Elijah again this week. Repetition is meaningful for preschoolers of every age group. Babies are repeating new skills many times during the day. They even watch you and how you care for other babies in the room. Just as God cared and provided for Elijah, you are caring for the emotional, spiritual, and physical … Continue reading

November 4, 2015

Good morning, Father. My brothers and sisters can be a lot of fun–and they can drive me crazy. One thing is for sure: God, You love them. So, I am praying for them. God, show my brothers and sisters how to be kind, gentle, and patient with others (including me). Encourage them to say things that are helpful, not hurtful. Remind them to treat others the way they would want to be treated. “Just as you want others to do … Continue reading