Just finished reading Keeping Our Children’s Hearts. It was an amazing book backed up with God’s Word. I started applying the principles and making changes to re-capture my son’s heart. I have become more selfless and have let go of a lot of busy stuff around the house.
My wife and I love homeschooling our three children and are doing more and more to shelter our kids and ourselves from the negative influences of the world.
Your conference inspired us and convicted me as Dad and leader of my home to make changes. My kids are already responding in amazing ways to me and my new focus and attitude. Â Thanks be to God for your ministry. HE has used it in a impactful way in our family.
Love in Christ, A Dad
“… to turn the hearts of the fathers to the children, and the disobedient to the wisdom of the just; to make ready a people prepared for the Lord.”Â Luke 1:17
Just a quick post to let you know that Joseph has scheduled his website design courses, and the first one is coming up soon!
Instead of the ten-week course he taught last year, he split it into two classes. Step One, a five week course, begins April 15th, while Step Two, a six week course, starts June 3rd. Lord willing, he plans to add an advanced CSS course later this year. So, if you’re looking to take that one, the background of Step One and Two are suggested. (As a side note: if you took the HTML 10 week course last year, Step One and Two are nearly the same thing, so you don’t need to take it again.)
We’re excited about this opportunity for young people and parents alike. The courses equip those who take them with useful skills for creating awesome websites.
Friday afternoon, Anna and I started the food preparations for Resurrection Sunday. Spring winds were gently blowing in the open window, making for a perfect baking day!Â I think itâ€™s always best toÂ bake with a sister or Mom, because it goes twice as fast and is moreÂ enjoyable than being in the kitchen alone!
A young missionary couple were staying withÂ Christopher and Anna Marie for the weekend. The young man preached a greatÂ message Sunday morning about our life in Christ being like a seed.Â When the seed, which appears to be dead, is buried in the soil andÂ then watered, it grows and finally multiplies. In a similar way, whenÂ we die to ourselves, and are watered by Godâ€™s Word, then we will bringÂ forth spiritual fruit. It was a very good analogy.
Sunday evening all the relatives came over for a family dinner. AfterÂ that we moved into a special time of reading Godâ€™s Word about Jesusâ€™Â resurrection. Donâ€™t we have so much for which to be thankful?
Serving Jesus, Mary
“He is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay.” Matthew 28:6
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