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Jan 2009

This summer we had five different playdates with CHAT (Church Hill Activities and Tutoring) and YLFR (Youth Life Foundation of Richmond.) The activities ranged between cooking, crafts, dancing, competitive activities, and outdoor sports.  When we learned to be “Like a Tree” in Psalm 1, we did some perspective sketching.  To reinforce our “Taste and See”…

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Jan 2009

1.    The gospel is inherently others-oriented. It is impossible to live a gospel-centered life alone.  We teach our children to care for others because this is the heart of our response to the gospel.  I John 3:16 tells us that “This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for…

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Jan 2009

Grammar lesson: a noun is a thing; an adjective is a descriptive word. When we talk about the mission of the church—indeed the mission we want to see engaging our children—we need to consider whether our focus is the noun or the adjective.  Do we want our children to do missions or to be mission-minded? …

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Nov 2008

It is our desire to make the most of the time that God has given us by relentlessly pursuing our deepest joy in Jesus. Thanks for taking the time to check out our site, it’s a reflection (albeit an imperfect one) of who we are and who God is changing us into. We invite you…

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