Aaron Asay, Executive Pastor at Calvary Church in Bellevue, talks about the spiritual survival skill of learning to give aid by walking in the Spirit and walking in community and obedience, as his church lives that out through their One life Initiative and Impact Fund, as well as about God at work in his life.
Lisa Anderson, the director of young adults for Focus on the Family, manages Boundless, Focus’ ministry for young adults, with the goal of helping 20- and 30-somethings grow up, own their faith, date with purpose and prepare for marriage and family. Lisa talks about about a number of things related to celebrating Christmas.
Maralee, a mom in Lincoln, has insights she’s gained over the years about navigating this Christmas season with our children and some of the things her family does to help keep the focus on Jesus and celebrating His birthday. She discusses ideas to consider as you plan your family’s Christmas celebration this year.
Kathy Koch, educator, speaker, author and founder of Celebrate Kids!, says one of the things we seek to model and teach our children is how to think: how to be discerning about what they hear, how to be discerning and how to be critical thinkers. She talks about helping our children develop that skill.
The hymns of the faith Joni Eareckson learned as child have sustained and encouraged her over the past 55 years as a quadriplegic. Joni talks about her new book, “Timeless Hymns for Family Worship,” a devotional oriented toward school-age children with insights about the hymns and hymn-writers.