These are my coloring books and crayons. I fear the adult coloring trend is passing me by at a spectacular rate! Or is there still time to jump on board that train? I was at the bookstore on Saturday and was amazed at this display…
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Jake and Matt could barely wait for Cal to arrive at our house last week because they were excited to teach their baby cousin all he needed to know. As soon as Cal was out of his car seat and in his mommy’s lap, the big cousins started teaching:
Jake, age six, “Cal, this is gentle. Now you do it.”
Matty, age four, “Criss-cross-applesauce! This is how you sit, Cal!”
“Cal this is how you crawl, just do it like this.”
“Watch me, Cal, this is how you walk, see how I put my feet like this.”
“These are trucks, Cal, you play with them like this.”
“These are Legos, this is how you build things.”
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How far are you, how far am I, willing to go for the sake of holiness?
This has been a busy summer for our culture. Same sex couples received the right to get married. Planned Parenthood was outed as a seller of baby parts. Bruce Jenner changed his name and his body parts and insisted everyone call him Caitlyn. And, most recently, a teenage boy with gender confusion demanded that he be allowed in the girls’ locker room.
There is much going on in our nation, our culture, our churches, and our homes that is overwhelmingly confusing to many of us. As Christians, we sometimes feel caught between a rock and a hard place: we want to gently share the love of Christ with people who are hurting, but too often continue reading here