Though notably disturbing, Psalm 137 is quite relatable. No, not verse 9, but the sentiment behind longing for what used to be. The Israelites had been in exile, where they stayed for 70 years. They missed their homes, their traditions, and their regular way of life. For us it hasn't even been 7 months and … Continue reading Longing for Normalcy
This week is all about sin and consequences. Fun, eh? Nobody likes to talk about sin...well, we like to talk about the sins of others and make sure everyone knows how terrible "they" are, but we definitely don't like to talk about our own. Sure, it's easy to say a generic, "I'm a sinner", but … Continue reading A Week of Sin and Consequences
I, for some strange reason, have babies on the brain. Obviously, I don't remember being a baby. For some reason we don't form memories at that age, but it makes me wonder if, at some point, I actually felt God breathe the breath of life into me like he did to Adam. Was it that … Continue reading The Breath of Life
Sorry this is a few days late. We had some technical difficulties, but here we go - Genesis - the literal beginning. We hope you and your family enjoy starting at the beginning with familiar stories. Also, our kindergarteners are working through Genesis as well, so if you have one, know that they'll be happy … Continue reading Genesis – The literal beginning
When I was a child, I remember hearing grown ups say that time just kept going faster. Someone would say “where does the time go?”, while I was bored out of my mind watching grass grow. Or I’d hear an adult say “is it Christmas already?” And I’m thinking “Already? Already?!? It’s still like 4 … Continue reading Where Does the Time Go?
Our overriding goal for our littlest Mungarians is to build a firm faith foundation that they can build on for the rest of their lives. We’ve written about attending church and the importance of teaching our children how to pray (more than once). And another way Munger Kids is working with you to lay that … Continue reading Starting With Creation