Memories of Generations
One of my earliest memories is a sleep-over at my grandparents. I remember standing at Grandma’s knee while she crocheted a yellow hat for my dolly. I can still taste the frozen tart applesauce made from the apples in her yard. But my favorite memory is the nighttime devotions. A plastic loaf of bread held tiny cards printed with Scripture promises. I chose one card, then sat as close to Grandma as I could. With her arm around me, she whispered word by word, so I could “read” the verse.
It was the beginning of a legacy – the love of God and His Word. Before I was a week old, my parents took me to church, and faithfully continued to make sure I was taught the Word by Sunday School teachers and pastors. On an everyday basis, we looked to Scripture for guidance in our home.
Passing the Faith Along
My favorite parenting verses are found in Deuteronomy 6: Continue reading
Pamela is an award-winning freelance writer and blogger and has published more than forty teacher-resource books. She serves as the assistant editor for children’s materials at Herald and Banner Press. Candles set the atmosphere in her home and remind her to be a light in this dark world. Her deepest desire is that others see Jesus in her life.