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Chores for God’s children

Since my bride is a beautifully organized woman, she has created a color-coordinated chore chart for our children. Every morning our daughters see the…

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Life’s a song

My three-year-old granddaughter, Addison, has the lead role in her own musicals. Her life is filled with songs. She’s in a very happy head…

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Dearly loved children

When the students of the area Christian high school in my city head out to their cars each afternoon, a Bible passage catches their…

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Hosanna youth choir

Jesus’ disciples had a problem with Jesus’ child followers, and ironically so did his enemies. The crowds of people who welcomed King Jesus to…

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Above the crowd

“Jesus entered Jericho and was passing through. A man was there by the name of Zacchaeus. . . . He wanted to see who…

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How does your garden grow?

When we lived in Minnesota, we had a huge garden—I’m talking 40 feet of asparagus, 20 pepper plants in pots, rhubarb, raspberries, strawberries, a…

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You’ll be a pro in no time

My teenagers had a day off of school, so on that -9-degree morning, we headed to a nearby training facility. While my teens were…

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The Sunday school story

I can’t remember her name, but I’ll never forget what she taught me in that musty church basement. We started with Jesus stories and…

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Can children believe in Jesus?

Do you know what kind of people really impress Jesus? Children. Little children. Even infants. They don’t overanalyze. Their brains don’t get in the…

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Backline and nonessential workers: You were made for such a time as this

A few weeks back, I read an article about the ICU staff working with COVID patients in England. The article stated that these frontline…

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Teaching kids to live generously

Here’s the scene: Mall atrium. Mall Santa sitting on a puffy red chair surrounded by world-worn, shady-looking elves. Long line of squirmy kids accompanied…

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When Having No Filter Is Good

Sometimes we adults need to be like children and have no verbal filter. Pastor Dave explains.