Hey Camp Family! With social media and a far more connected world, our kids hear about national events, broader human-interest stories – protests and catastrophes. Dudley walks us through how to help your kids when the world goes bonkers. Scripture James 1:19 Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow…
Hey Camp Family! Community is needed in all seasons of life. Also, we do well to let others know our prayer requests and needs so they can pray for us and encourage us. Madi winsomely reminds us of this truth. Let’s listen in. Scripture James 5:16 Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray…
Hi Camp Families! Have you heard this expression about parenting: “The days are long, but the years are short”? Boy, is this true!!! Let’s make the most of them both! Scripture Eph. 5:15-16 Look carefully then how you walk, not as unwise but as wise, making the best use of the time… Video Reflect Are…
Friends, BFFs, buddies, pals, whatever we call them, they’re important to all of us. Sometimes our kids can choose friends who do anything but point them to what’s right. Take heart! God’s Word has something to say to us about that, and Ashton points us to the truth about making good friends.
(October will be a repeat of topics as we are working to create a new Family Matters experience for you!)
Randi Beth brings us a word regarding the current status of T Bar M, our hopes for the summer, and what we can all be doing during this time of living during the Corona Virus pandemic.
The bad news: statistics say 77% of us currently have stress related health issues at this very moment, with 33% of us living in extreme stress. More bad news: it seems as though our children are feeding off of it. Thankfully Kyle points us to good news in scripture reminding us how to curb this epidemic.
We want to be a part of so many things in life…and we want to be really good at them all! Often we equate success to productivity and measure worth in our ability to be efficient and doing the most we possibly can. Braxton reminds us why and how we can let go of “doing it all”.
It’s not sinful to be tempted; even Jesus was tempted. Natalie reminds us of God’s promises to provide a way of escape from it. E V E R Y time. Through His power.
Who better to be in constant communication with than the God Who loves us, guides us in His Truth and desires His best for us? Kelli directs us in ways we can kindly show our kids the greatness of spending daily, intentional time with Jesus.
Studying God’s Word during the wonderful busy-ness of the Christmas holidays holds such great value. Seth leads us in understanding the how to’s of studying God’s Word in season and out of season.