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Parent Cue Weekly :: 6/1/15

Parent Cue Weekly


Parent Cue Weekly :: 6/1/15

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Bible Story: Tangled Up in God (Confession/Being Honest with God) • 1 John 1:9

Bottom Line: Being truthful with God keeps you close to Him.

Memory Verse: “Keep me from cheating and telling lies. Be kind and teach me your law.” Psalm 119:29, NIrV

Life App: Honesty—choosing to be truthful in whatever you say and do.

​Basic Truth: I can trust God no matter what.


by Kristen Ivy

If someone has ever told you, “It’s just a phase,” chances are it was intended as a consolation or a word of encouragement. More than likely, what they meant was, “Don’t worry. You can survive this. It won’t last forever.”

When I first became a mother and my colicky son was crying for hours after each feeding I needed to know there was hope for a different tomorrow. I needed to know there would come a day when I didn’t smell like baby vomit and when the child I loved didn’t hate me for trying to feed him.

There’s a lot of truth to the idea that your current relationship with your child is “Just a Phase.” But that’s not to suggest that, as parents, we should grit our teeth and hold out for the next phase to come. A phase isn’t something to wish away or hurry past. Because once a phase is over, it’s over.

We only have the opportunity to know our child once as a three-year-old. After 52 short weeks, they turn four. Sure, moving to the next phase means they will stop throwing catastrophic tantrums when you insist they cannot finish the half-eaten breakfast bar they just discovered under their car seat. But it also might mean fewer spontaneous giggles. It might mean they finally discover “bulzoder” is actually pronounced “bulldozer.” It might mean you have to start answering some questions you weren’t quite ready for.

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Hello Parents
Sunday night small groups for kids start back this week at 5:00 pm. We are excited to see what God is going to do this summer in the Hangar. So come on and get your kids involved in a small group on Sunday nights. It’s going to be a blast.

Kids Camp is coming soon and there are still spots available for your child to sign up. Scholarships are available and you may fill out an scholarship application at www.ebccrestview.com 

61% of parents give their children allowances, most starting by the time children reach age 8.

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