God Cards

Picture of Peach Kid Turned Young Adult!

Posted by on Oct 19, 2020 in A Language, A Plan, A Story, God Cards | 0 comments

What do the God cards mean to me? The God cards are 42 attributes of God. They clearly and in a way that relates to me lay out who God is. It is easy to understand as a kid, and now as an 18 year old, I still lean on these cards when I need some reminders. The God cards have been instrumental in my life. They set the foundation for me on how to view God. I can’t remember a time without knowing the truth of the Bible. The Whole Peach was crucial in that learning. Sitting around the kitchen table as a family drawing pictures and looking for verses in our Bible based on the God card we were studying were some of the most foundational times of my spiritual walk. I...

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Church at the Kitchen Table – Simple Steps!

Posted by on Mar 18, 2020 in A Community, A Story, Blog, God Cards, Story Cards | 0 comments

Church at the Kitchen Table – Simple Steps!

My daughter, Maya Hagan, just wrote some words this week entitled “Uncharted Territory,” and I think that we would all agree the spread of the coronavirus in the details of our days is certainly a place we have never been. In this place, there could be fear and possibly some frustrations. I know that for the three young people living in my home as well as Ron and I we are experiencing a myriad of fears and frustrations. In fact, we made a list of them on Sunday as we were having church around our kitchen table. It was important to give everyone a chance to share some words and explain their thoughts. With Maya and Ada being seniors in high school, they are...

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Time together, working it out . . . .

Posted by on Feb 14, 2017 in A Language, A Plan, God Cards, Me Cards, Story Cards | 0 comments

Time together, working it out . . . .

We had some church around our kitchen table that was rich! Three Questions, one piece of paper, a marker and a Bible! That was it and off we ran. I posed the first question for us all to write down our response on our paper. Question #1 – What is a challenge to you right now? What is causing you some pause or stress? We all wrote down our thoughts on our piece of paper. No conversation as of yet. I threw out the next question for reflection. Question #2 – What is the enemy trying to get you to believe about that problem/struggle/issue? What are the agreements he is trying to get you to make? Then, I threw out the last question but still now conversation as...

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Check out what Father is up to today . . . .

Posted by on Mar 6, 2014 in A Plan, Blog, God Cards | 0 comments

Check out what Father is up to today . . . .

In whatever wilderness you are wandering, remember these words in Jeremiah 31. They are for us too! Father is out looking for us! As we search, as we yearn, as we wonder – is there rest for our weariness? Father says yes. More than that, Father comes looking. He comes looking for us. Check out the truth I read this morning over cereal and coffee. “This is the way God put it: ‘They found grace out in the desert, these people who survived the killing. Israel, out looking for a place to rest, met God out looking for them!’” Jeremiah 31:2 from The Message Ron had asked what God card we were studying this week. He went to the Plan and saw that...

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“Game Night – God card Charades”

Posted by on Jun 6, 2013 in A Language, A Plan, Blog, God Cards | 0 comments

“Game Night – God card Charades”

Sometimes after dinner, we will play a game or two before bedtime! Our kids love all kinds of games, but any chance to get Daddy silly is always a bonus in our house! So, they wanted to play charades, and then one of them had the idea to play it with the God cards. Ron and I couldn’t disagree with such a great idea! Maybe they just wanted to stay up later, and they knew this topic would give them a few more minutes. But maybe not!!!!! Somebody grabbed the God card poster. The first person to act picked a number between 1-42. We wrote the number down on a post-it note just so we would remember which cards have been picked. Once they picked a number, they looked at...

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“What Really Happened at the Hagan House” – (God card #15 – Fort)

Posted by on May 28, 2013 in A Language, A Plan, Blog, God Cards | 0 comments

“What Really Happened at the Hagan House” – (God card #15 – Fort)

We are talking about God card #15 this week – God is my fort. He protects me. So, we all grabbed our Bibles and found a place on the couches in the living room. For some reason, Carson wanted to go in the living room. Maya and Ada didn’t, but thankfully, the two sisters worked with their brother in this situation. Maya grabbed some paper and markers, and we were off and running. Everyone looked up a verse from the God card in their Bible, highlighted it and marked in the side margin God card #15! This is so important to get them marking in their Bibles and filling it with your conversations (Study). We read our verses out loud to each other. When we got to...

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