Posts Tagged "sing"

“More than a Conqueror . . . in study hall” – (sing)

Posted by on Jan 13, 2012 in A Plan, A Tool, Blog | 0 comments

We have been singing from the new Seeds CD – Seeds of Character this week. “More Than a Conqueror” is a family favorite, a combination of the catchy tune but mainly the fun dance moves they learned at a Seeds Family Worship Night. ANYWAYS, Romans 8:37 is top of mind in our home. That is the beauty of the Sing tool. The kids begin singing the verse; the verse gets planted in their heart. A situation comes and the verse jumps in the middle of the situation arming my child with strength or a solution. This is the power of God’s word as he intends. This is the way scripture memory works. “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching,...

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“The Ripped Page In My Bible”

Posted by on Jan 11, 2007 in A Story, Blog | 0 comments

Have you ever felt ripped – ripped off, ripped out, ripped apart, ripped up? There have been some days when I am feeling pretty “ripped” even before the schedule gets going. The thoughts in my head have already consumed me. The details of the day seem daunting to say the least. I just begin the day “undone.” There is even the thought, “Maybe if I put the covers over my head and lie real still, they will think I am gone.” During one of these “undone” days, I ended up having an incredible conversation with Father God on this very topic. I had just finished breakfast and realized that I had a few moments before I needed to get going. I had the idea of...

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