Category: children

Be yourself

February 18, 2020 | 20 comments

Have you ever been tempted to compare yourself to others and think less of yourself as a result? Maybe they appear more talented, privileged, smarter or good looking, and you wish that you were more like them. If so, you

Role playing

February 3, 2020 | 13 comments

If you’ve ever participated in drama, you know all about role playing. It’s a person assuming an assigned role and acting out what is expected from that character. Role playing happens in more places than on stage. It can happen

Be grateful for what you receive

January 21, 2020 | 18 comments

Have you ever gotten upset because you didn’t get what you wanted? Here’s a short video that reminds us to be humble about the gifts we receive, and to drop preconceived notions about what we think we should receive. The

Expect to stay healthy

January 15, 2020 | 30 comments

A common misconception is that health is variable, like the weather. It may be good one day, bad another, depending upon unforeseen circumstances that come out of seemingly nowhere. In Truth, health is not a variable at all, but a

Children need Sunday school

January 13, 2020 | 19 comments

“It’s about time!” I thought, when reading a recent article written by a professional who works with children and has seen clear evidence that children with religion are much better off mentally than children deprived of faith in a higher