Here’s what we’ve been reading online lately:
Greg Baird had a post on being a better Children’s and Family ministry leader. His list consists 17 ways we can and should be growing. This list is helpful and can be used a tool of self-evaluation. If you are leader (or aspire to one day) this post gives you simple things you can be working on now.
Joe Henegan had post on the ERLC site promoting Good Book Company’s “Spark Wonder” campaign. The purpose of this campaign is, “… to urge parents—and anyone else with children in their care—to see Christian storybooks as a key discipleship tool.” Parents read this and consider this as another way to disciple your kids. Story is arguably the best way they learn.
Scott Kedersha had a post entitled Embracing Today’s Season. In it he says, “Instead of wishing it away, I’m trying to embrace today’s season with my kids, knowing He’s probably trying to teach me something and I know I don’t want to miss it!” This is helpful reminder to parents to treasure the time you are in and learn from it.
What have you been reading online lately? Leave us a link in the comment section to check out.