The Fruitful Season: Part 3

We are beginning to learn some new songs for the family concerts we frequently give. However, both Steve and I are quite busy. We haven’t had the energy, nor the musical expertise, to choose new music.

Anna, sixteen, has undertaken the project. She collected a list from all the family members of songs they would like to learn. Joseph, twenty, helps her evaluate each song, figure out the key we would sing it in, write down the words, and work out the chords.

Working together
Working together

As we work with and disciple our children through the years they are growing up, they become young adults who can bear responsibility, have servants hearts, and carry on the ministry the Lord Jesus has given to a family. It is a fruitful season, one to be looked forward to for those with younger children.

Trusting in Jesus,

And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not. Galatians 6:9

4 thoughts on “The Fruitful Season: Part 3”

  1. How wonderful that Anna and Joseph have taken on such a challenge. I think that I speak for many when I say that I would love to purchase a CD of Maxwell family music someday.

    Karen N.

  2. Thank you very much for these “Fruitful Season” posts. As the mother of 3 under the age of 6, with more to come, these posts have been very encouraging to me. They have helped me see that it is all worth it and I need to keep it up and not give up. Thank you for the encouragement.

  3. Tery: Thank you for sharing, it encourages me, a single mom. I get ideas for my family to keep going. I’m espcialy thankful for posting about your sewing projects. Leticia

  4. i have enjoyed reading these past few posts on your family life, especially on how you all work together to accomplish a project goal. keeping you all in my prayers and hope you don’t mind my adding to my prayer that god bless your hearts with an idea for a family music cd to share–hope you don’t mind this?

    Truly, when we feel the Lord saying it is time, we will go for it.

    THank you.

    In Christ Jesus,

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