FOMO (fear of missing out) is a thing you may have heard of. It's actually quite a powerful force in our lives. Jesus knew that, so he taught us how to avoid it and find life instead.
Author: Rebecca Delucia (Rebecca Delucia)
Hello parents. As we all know, the last week has been a tumultuous week in our nation - circling around the issues of race and injustice. Issues that we cannot and should not ignore, because of how very important they are. They're important for our nation, for the church, for our church, for our families, for our kids, for you, and for me. Your kids might be wondering what's going on out there, and you might not be completely confident with how to talk to them about it.
During these last three months, we’ve faced extraordinary changes as a society. That has not been lost on our kids. A generation that, as studies show, already faces a 52% increase in anxiety and depression has found itself launched into unprecedented times. They are grieving their routine and mourning the loss of their typical physical and social connection.
Parents: our job has gotten infinitely harder in these last months...
Everything has changed, but God hasn’t changed. We have experienced tremendous upheaval in our personal lives and in the way we do ministry due to Covid-19. But while change is inevitable, some things never change: faith, hope, and love (1 Corinthians 13).
It's a bit overwhelming, isn't it? I don't know about you but I have been overwhelmed lately with the onslaught of information coming at me and changes happening to me and my family as well as the world around me.
We believe that parents are the PRIMARY influence in a child's life so we want to partner with you because what you do this week, and every week, matters.
We’ve all done something. I know it. You know it. What everybody needs is somebody who also knows, and doesn’t run away.
What gets in your way when you are trying to see Jesus? Explore how to see him - and fix your eyes on him - in this great series wrap up!