Whatever you do when you get this email, please listen to this song, it's dope (direct quote from one of the artists). A couple of this week’s psalms speak about God’s everlasting love and faithfulness toward us. This is one of the most reassuring things in my life. No matter what happens or what I … Continue reading Promises
As with many things this summer, your vacation plans have probably been altered by the corona virus. I know ours were. But you can’t let it get you down. Try to go with the flow. More families are choosing to travel by car, which means trips take longer. Our family takes at least one road … Continue reading The Summer Of Road Trips
*Apologies for delayed post, but I had some technical difficulties. We've been given a great opportunity to use this slowed down pace of life and spend regular time with our children in Bible study. These are 15 minutes a day you will never regret! June 15: Psalm 64 Today’s Takeaways: David is asking God to … Continue reading Praise Him
Hi Munger families, our first ever virtual VBS will be on next week. And even though it's online, there will be ways to connect. We really want you to be part of this so there is one thing we'd like to ask you to do this week. Well, actually three things: If you haven't done … Continue reading Do This Today
I hope that reading through the Psalms is really showing you what a huge variety of songs/prayers these are. I know that I was always tempted to think of the Psalms as a particular kind of praise and worship hymn. The verses people memorize and sing tend to be that way. But as we read … Continue reading How Are You Feeling Today?
I'm sure you’re doing a lot of reading with your kids during these corona times so I thought I’d share a couple new books we’ve recently discovered. In my family we usually read Bible stories before bed and we have a pretty wide arsenal of editions when it comes to age level and translation. But … Continue reading Bible Belles
When a person expresses sad feelings to God, that’s called a “lament.” Psalm 22 is an example of a lament. But it also teaches us to move from sadness to praise. How often have you heard that it helps to say instead of “I have to go to Sunday school”, “I get to go to … Continue reading I Get To Read The Psalms
So here is the thing, It’s Tuesday 10:30pm and I realized that I am supposed to publish a blog post on Wednesday morning. I’ve been thinking about a topic for a couple of days but thought I had plenty of time. Then I realized I have about 12 hours. I think one of my biggest … Continue reading Be Like Paul
Happy day after Easter!!! Hope everyone had a great day! It was so much fun to see so many of you drive through the church on your parade 🙂 I hope you were able to pick up your Psalms books, because today we start our readings. So, first things first, there are 150 Psalms so … Continue reading Psalms Start TODAY!
Please note that this post is intended for elementary-aged children and may be completed anytime between now and Friday. It will take us through the Stations of the Cross that we would have set up in our church building. It's important to know what all happened in the days leading up to Sunday. It's important … Continue reading Stations Of The Cross