I wanted to say Thank You.
Sunday was very special to me personally.
Getting to see all those kids show such tender care while their “lovies” were being baptized . . .
Then seeing you all get to experience Holy Communion as a family — I can’t stop thinking about it. And . . .
For those who like to keep the conversation going at home, below is our November Theme, Memory Verse, Bible Story, and some Holy Conversation starters.
Have a wonderful week. (I am most grateful for you!)
BTW — If your child is in Academy and, after seeing the choirs sing on Sunday, thought it looked like more fun than they thought, we would LOVE to have them join us.
It is NOT too late. Just let us know.
Theme: Thank You
Memory Verse: Psalm 92:1a — It is good to give thanks to the Lord.
Bible Story: The Lord’s Supper (Luke 22:14-23)
Even Jesus, the Son of God, remembers to say thank you to God. (. . . and after giving thanks . . .) The value of saying “Thank you” cannot be overstated. It makes others feel respected and valued. And it’s good for us because, just like saying “Help,” it’s another way to acknowledge that we don’t do it all on our own. Others do things for us. God does things for us. We should be grateful and voice that gratitude.
Holy Conversation: Think of something a parent did for you today. Tell that parent “Thank you.” Think of something a teacher did for you. Tell that teacher “Thank you.” Keep your ears and eyes open. Notice the little things people do for you. Tell them “Thank you.” And don’t forget to say “Thank you” to God.