The Size of Your Hands Doesn’t Matter

The Size of Your Hands Doesn’t Matter: Helping Hands of All Sizes for the Holiday Season

Submitted by Emily Patterson on behalf of Primrose Schools. The prominent day care of Primrose is known for its high educational standards, balanced curriculum and safe environment. Primrose is currently raising awareness for Feeding America and their efforts to help Americans in need. To join in, visit their Facebook page where you can donate $1 by liking it or $2 by sharing.

Teaching children compassion can help them understand proper behavior more fully. If they are compassionate, they won’t be as likely to bully or pick on other students. One way you can help teach your children this important lesson is through volunteering. There are many needy people that will appreciate any type of help, especially during the holidays. Help your child understand the true importance of holidays by having them volunteer this year.

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I hope that your Thanksgiving is fun, beautiful and blessed. Be sure to eat a lot and enjoy time with your family and friends. Don’t forget to thank the Lord for blessing you to see such a beautiful day and have the opportunity to be with those you love. Thank Him for all that He has done for you and how much He has blessed you. We have NOTHING and are NOTHING without God.

Thanksgiving is about so much more than food, turkeys and stuffing ourselves silly. Although one of the best parts about the day is eating all of that delicious food and fellowshipping with the ones we love. It’s about Continue reading

Evening Devotional with Charles H. Spurgeon

“All they that heard it wondered at those things.” – Luk_2:18

We must not cease to wonder at the great marvels of our God. It would be very difficult to draw a line between holy wonder and real worship; for when the soul is overwhelmed with the majesty of God’s glory, though it may not express itself in song, or even utter its voice with bowed head in humble prayer, yet it silently adores.

Our incarnate God is to be worshipped as “the Wonderful.” That God should consider his fallen creature, man, and instead of sweeping him away with the besom of destruction, should himself undertake to be man’s Redeemer, and to pay his ransom price, is, indeed marvellous! But to each believer redemption is most marvellous as he Continue reading