Marshmallow Madness: The Desires of Our Heart

Marshmallow Madness: The Desires of Our Heart

This week: The Desires of Our Heart “Delight yourself also in the Lord, And He shall give you the desires of your heart.” Psalm 37:4 Using colored mini-marshmallows, let children arrange them on a non-stick baking sheet in any way they like, as long as they’re touching. I recommend using parchment or wax paper. They […]

Marshmallow Madness: Be Silent!

Marshmallow Madness: Be Silent!

This week: Be Silent! We think even a foolish person is wise if he keeps silent. We think he understands what is right if he controls his tongue.  -Proverbs 17:28 I like the way Mark Twain (or Abraham Lincoln, the attribution is debatable) is credited for describing Proverbs 17:28 this way: “It’s better to remain […]

Marshmallow Madness: Be Content

Marshmallow Madness: Be Content

Welcome to the easiest family devotional you’ll ever come across- Marshmallow Madness! We can do this! I challenge you to spend 20 minutes a week being intentional about passing your faith on to your kids            …and all you need is a bag of marshmallows. This week: Be Content ” I’m […]

Marshmallow Madness: Casting Lots

Marshmallow Madness: Casting Lots

Welcome to the easiest family devotional you’ll ever come across- Marshmallow Madness! I challenge you to spend 20 minutes a week being intentional about passing your faith on to your kids            …and all you need is a bag of marshmallows. This week: Casting Lots “Casting the lot settles disputes and […]

Marshmallow Madness: Peacemakers

Marshmallow Madness: Peacemakers

Welcome to the easiest family devotional you’ll ever come across- Marshmallow Madness! We can do this! I challenge you to spend 20 minutes a week being intentional about passing your faith on to your kids            …and all you need is a bag of marshmallows. This week: Peacemakers “Blessed are the […]

Teaching Character

“Train up a child in the way he should go and when he grows old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6 “Train.”  It’s an interesting word… because it can be interpreted so many ways.  To some it can mean discipline.  To others it can mean to educate, but I believe it is meant […]