Monthly Archives: March 2016

March 30, 2016

Good morning, Father. During 2016 help me to be faithful in my prayer walk. It is most important that we who serve preschoolers remember to pray for the next generation. Father, as I ponder the Easter we as Christians just celebrated, I realize that it is primarily about my heart response to Jesus and the cross. Help me to reflect in the coming days on this very event that my faith is founded upon: Jesus’ death and resurrection through which … Continue reading

March 23, 2016

Good morning, Father. During 2016 help me to be faithful in my prayer walk. It is most important that we who serve preschoolers remember to pray for the next generation. Lord, it is an amazing feeling to wake up on Easter as a believer and be greeted with a renewed sense of God’s love. To fully understand the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection and fully accept the joy of the season is such a blessing. Help me convey this to the … Continue reading

March 17, 2016

Good morning, Father. During 2016 help me to be faithful in my prayer walk. It is most important that we who serve preschoolers remember to pray for the next generation.  Father, Easter is a unique holiday for Christians. Why? Because it carries weight. As I think of the preschoolers I will encounter this week, it is not easy to explain that Jesus had to be crucified, tortured, and hung on a cross so that the stone could be rolled away.  … Continue reading

March 9, 2016

Good morning, Father. During 2016 help me to be faithful in my prayer walk. It is most important that we who serve preschoolers remember to pray for the next generation. Father, You have entrusted me with caring for Your children whose thinking I influence. You have instructed me to warn them of danger and to feed Your sheep Truth. Help me as a leader to understand what is going on around me. Help me to keep my eyes open and … Continue reading

March 2, 2016

Good morning, Father. During 2016 help me to be faithful in my prayer walk. It is most important that we who serve preschoolers remember to pray for the next generation. As I was running an errand the other day, I had to write an item on my hand in ink because I had no paper to write on. Have you ever done that? It prompted me to think about Jesus’ nail-scarred hands. What does this tell me about what God … Continue reading