Devotionals for Parents and Teachers
Teaching and ministering to little ones can be exhausting. Sometimes we need encouragement and simple reminders that parenting and teaching is an important task. Nurturing children for the Lord is a heavy responsibility, but the rewards are great and His Kingdom is worth all the bumps and bruises. We hope these devotionals will lift your spirit and encourage your soul. You are doing good work, important work, eternal work! Don’t grow weary!
And let us not be weary in well-doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not. Galatians 6:9 (KJV) Off the coast of Spain is one of the world’s most well-known natural landmarks, The Rock of Gibraltar. It is often associated with strength, determination and stubbornness. When you see it, it’s easy…Read More ⇨
Dear Teacher Of The Little Class, I see you working faithfully on your lessons, wondering some weeks if there will even be any one there to teach. I see you skipping over some of the fun games and activities because, let’s face it, you’ve never had enough kids in your class to fill the needed…Read More ⇨
Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 18:3 (KJV) When Jesus wanted to give His disciples an example of someone who would be “the greatest in the kingdom of heaven,” he didn’t call up Peter, James or John.…Read More ⇨
Romans 12:1… “I beseech ye therefore brethren by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice….” Little children are often fascinated with belly buttons. When my son was six years old, he lifted up his shirt one day and seriously investigated his belly button. “Mommy,” he asked, “why do I have…Read More ⇨
At certain times of the year, my porch rails fill with twisting green vines that seem to grow overnight. Purple Morning Glory blossoms pop up in the early hours each day like beautiful gifts left by the Lord at dawn. To enjoy them, you have to grab the Morning Glory early! But they do not…Read More ⇨