Hey, Jesus-loving mom! This week’s newsletter includes:
- 5 Ways to Raise Children with Godly Values
- Our Book Recommendation
- Make Lavender Pouches
- A Free Bible Verse Phone Wallpaper
5 Ways to Raise Children with Godly Values
As parents, one of our most important responsibilities is to raise our children with godly values. We want our children to grow up to be kind, compassionate, and responsible adults who make a positive impact on the world. Here are some tips on how to raise children with godly values:
1. Lead by example
Children learn by observing and imitating their parents’ behavior. If you want your children to develop godly values, you need to model those values yourself. Show your children what it means to be kind, honest, respectful, and loving in your words and actions.
2. Read the Bible together
Reading the Bible with your children is a great way to help them understand God’s teachings and develop a deeper understanding of their faith. Choose age-appropriate Bible stories and discuss the lessons they teach. Encourage your children to ask questions and express their thoughts and feelings.
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Here are some of our favorite things this month!
Waiting in Hope gives women an uplifting, accessible resource to comfort, guide, and strengthen them through the journey of infertility. Featuring 31 reflections that address specific aspects of waiting and hoping, each chapter weaves personal narratives, Scripture, and prayers to encourage women longing for a child. April is Infertility Awareness Month.
Make Lavender Pouches
A sweet-smelling lavender sachet will bring a fresh scent inside.
To make your lavender pouch:
- Cut a 2-by-4-inch rectangle from a handkerchief. Fold in half crosswise with the pattern facing inward.
- Stitch two sides closed with a sewing machine; turn the pouch right-side out.
- Fill with dried lavender.
- Hand-stitch opening closed.
Free Cell Phone Wall Paper
Download this wallpaper for your phone and be reminded all month that God never leaves your side. He will carry you and care for you as you walk through life.
Isaiah 46:4 (NLT)