Tag: teenagers are worth it

The Fear of Failing

The fear of failing is strong, the knowledge of your worth and that God loves you is stronger. Failure is part of life, but so is learning and growing and being a better person because of it.

Being Patient Joyfully

Being Patient is hard enough without adding the joyfully part. This means letting go of what we think life should be like and giving to others what they may not deserve. This means doing it with joy and without judgement and resentment

Sprinkle in a little Sunshine too

Have a good day, even if you have to plan it in advance. Set the date, spend the money, make the time available. We work too much, worry excessively, and make objects too important. Laughter, and joy go hand in hand, fill your heart up with both.

How Available Are You?

What is important to you? Do you make yourself available to those around you, to the items in your life you deem worthy of your time? The amount of time you are busy doesn’t dictate the right use of your time. Think about that.

They are Comfortable with you

Teenagers, they are like cats. One wrong move and they either run and hide for the rest of the day or take your head off, and you never really know which way it will go. If they are comfortable with you, you will eventually find out.

A Whole New Year

A whole new world of adventures, of sorrows, of times when your faith will be tested. By embracing what will come you will be tested and growth will come. This growth will bring strength, it will test, but it will be worth it.

So Very Thankful

So Very Thankful for so many things. I am grateful and thankful you could say. How about you?

How Do They Know?

How Do They Know? It is a great thing when you have people who know you and can tell when you are off. It’s as if God knew that you needed the people you have and they need you too

It’s Fair Time!

It’s Fair Time! We are off to the fair. We will ride the rides, eat the food and enjoy being together. What is it about the fair? It’s about bringing together the community, and in this day and age, that is needed more than anything

Joy Comes

Joy Comes even when you feel like you have lost it. The world, life, family, work, negative words can all steal joy, but only for a little bit. Joy comes in the moments, in the self worth, in the knowledge of who you are in Christ

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