Acts 4:32 it tells of how all the believers were one in heart and mind. No one claimed that any of his possessions was his own, but they shared everything they had. We pray that your Holy Spirit will fall on our schools and cause Bible studies, youth fellowships and prayer groups to spring up and sustain your presence. Let believers in our schools share the hope they have, and help them to create groups you can work through to accomplish your divine purpose. Thank you God, we praise your holy name in this, Amen.
5 screen time rules for your kids. (these are good for mom & dad too!)
1. Screen Time is a Privilege: Computers can be taken away. TVs can be turned off. Cell phones can be confiscated. Help your children understand that screen time is a privilege that is given by Mom and Dad as they see fit.
2. Screen Time is a Choice: Screen time should not be the automatic default when the kids are bored, noisy, or in your hair. Decide how much time you want your child to have each day for screen time and stick to it.
3. Screen Time Doesn’t Mix With Company…
We love God because He first loved us and sent His only begotten Son, Jesus, to die on the cross for us. Apostle John in the Bible personalized the Lord’s love for him by calling himself “the disciple whom Jesus loved.”
Just like John, you can personalize and magnify the Lord’s love by declaring this, “I, _______________ (insert your name), am the disciple whom Jesus loves.” Life is all about knowing and receiving God’s love for you.