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Parent Cue Weekly :: 10/16/17









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October 2017 – Week 3 Elementary Parent Cue

 OCTOBER

          2017

WEEK THREE:


MATTHEW 25:14-30
Parable of the Talents

SAY THIS:


Use your things wisely.
 

DO THIS:

DRIVE TIME


While driving around town, look for possible needs that you could meet. For example, you might see trash on a corner, someone sitting on the side of the road, or a nursing home asking for volunteers. As a family, pick a need you can meet and go do it together. This is a great time to encourage your child to steward their time and talents.

REMEMBER THIS:

“Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much.”
Luke 16:10a, NIV

LIFE APP:  
STEWARDSHIP – Taking care of what you have because it all belongs to God

NEWS

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From the Parent Cue Blog:

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR FRIENDS ARE RAISING JERKS
By Jon Acuff


Is there anything harder than making friends as an adult? If you’re married, it becomes even harder. Either the wives get along, but the husbands don’t. Or the husbands get along, but the wives don’t.
 
But you struggle through, and you find friends you love hanging out with. Things seem perfect, right up to the moment when kids are added to the mix. Now, you have to worry if your kids will mix well. Worst of all is when your close friends are raising jerks.
 
“Raising jerks” is a strong phrase that I used mostly because “have different parenting styles than your own” is such a boring collection of words. But, I bet some of your friends have kids you don’t want your kids to be around. Maybe they’re loose with discipline. Maybe their kid swears like a sailor. Regardless of the reason, you’re suddenly finding it hard to hang out with your friends because of their kids. How do you handle that? Here are a few ideas . . .
 


 

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