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June 2018 - Week 3 Preschool Parent Cue

     JUNE

        2018

WEEK 3:

Joshua 2:1-22; 6:1-25
God is with Rahab
 

SAY THIS:
Who is always with you?
God is always with you.
DO THIS:

CUDDLE TIME


Cuddle up with your child this month and pray, "Dear God, I pray [child's name] will grow up loving the Bible and letting it tell [him/her] the way to go. We know You are always with us so we can make good choices. We love You, God. In Jesus' name, amen."

REMEMBER THIS:
"Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid... for the Lord your 
God goes with you."

Deuteronomy 31:6, NIV
BASIC TRUTH: God is always with me.
NEWS:
This upcoming Sunday is our last week of SUPER KIDS month. We have enjoyed using this new curriculum to learn our bible verse and that God Is Always With Us! I would love to hear any feedback about these new lessons and activites. We will continue with Orange programming after the summer and hope to learn from this trial month in teaching the children how experience God in their daily lives. 

Many of you have been serving with us throughout the year in Promiseland. I am so grateful however, looking into the summer we are definitely still in need. Please prayerfully consider sticking with us over the summer as we are Shipwrecked: Rescued by Jesus in our Sunday VBS program. We have so much fun with new music, stories, props, and games. Thank you so much for having an impact on the next generation and future leaders of our church. 
 
From Parent Cue:

WHAT I LEARNED ABOUT BEING
A DAD FROM BEING CLUELESS

By Geoff Surratt



Father’s Day always reminds me of my first day as a father. It was a glorious moment, my wife glowing, the angels singing, my perfect little child, cooing and cradled in my arms. Except that is not at all how it happened. After an intense labor, the doctor handed me a screaming bundle of kicking arms and legs, an unfamiliar creature with a striking resemblance to Yoda. I loved the idea of a son, but I had no idea what to do with the squirming baby I was awkwardly holding and silently wondered if I could get my money back.

Though it has been a challenging ride, now my kids are grown, I wouldn’t trade being a father for anything. Here are a few things I’ve learned along the way:

The best you can do is the best you can do
God chose you to parent your children. He knows you are goofy, clueless, and immature (maybe that’s just me), but He chose you anyway. You can’t be the perfect parent, or live up to the unrealistic expectations of others, all you can do is the best you can do. So do your best, and don’t worry about what anyone else is doing . . .


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