Tag Archives: Jesus and the Children

Ha-la-loo-wah! A Child’s Song of Praise

The young couple had a young child, a little girl barely past her infancy, wriggly and just learning her words. Her father held her as they stood with the rest of us, singing the songs led by the musicians, following … Continue reading

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Concern for the Small Fry – what Paul’s letter to Philemon is really about

Philemon is not about Philemon Philemon led a house church in Colossae. He was also a slave-owner. Paul wrote his letter to Philemon regarding a runaway slave, Onesimus, who had made his way to Paul’s prison cell where he became … Continue reading

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How to Encourage Kids – Rachael Ray gives a lesson

Rachael Ray’s Kids’ Cook-Off has been a favorite show to watch in our house. Season after season I see ten year olds cooking better than I ever could. They get a lot of help from Rachael as she mentors the kids … Continue reading

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Childlike ≠ Childish

This is my Father’s world … *** In the on-line video series What Lives Inside (four episodes, 10 to 12 minutes each) Colin Hanks plays Taylor Delaney, the son of beloved puppeteer Pops Delaney whose creations and television show have … Continue reading

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It’s the Little Things

Good Things/Small Packages Good things come in small packages? Well perhaps, if this phone is any indication. Measuring 1.26 by 2.75 inches, it has smallness going for it anyway. There have been a lot of small machines invented lately. Take … Continue reading

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