June 2020 - Toddlers Parent Cue
SAY THIS:
Who can believe in Jesus?
You can believe in Jesus.
 THE GOSPELS
Jesus, God's Son, is born.
He grows up to do amazing
things that only He can do.
DO THIS:

 MORNING TIME


When you go into your child's room, say, "Good morning! I see someone Jesus loves! It's [child's name]! I know Jesus loves you, because Jesus loves everyone!"

 DRIVE TIME


As you drive, brainstorm different names with your child to put in the sentence: [Name] can believe in Jesus. Say the sentence together. See how many people you can think of!

 CUDDLE TIME


Cuddle with your child this month and pray, "Dear God, there will be a lot of things [child's name] can choose to believe in as [he/she] grows up. I pray [he/she] will choose to believe in Jesus and follow Him. Help me model the way and teach [him/her] the truth about Jesus. I love You, God. In Jesus' name, amen."

 BATH TIME


As you bathe your child, ask them about things they can do. "Who can wash their tummy? Who can wiggle their toes? Who can clap their hands?" Continue asking questions, as long as your child is having fun. End with, "Who can believe in Jesus?"

BASIC TRUTH:

JESUS WANTS TO BE MY FRIEND FOREVER.
FROM PARENT CUE:
HOW TO MEASURE SUCCESS AS A PARENT
By Reggies Joiner

Be careful how you measure success as a parent.

It’s not what you learn about your kids.
Our culture is saturated with parenting resources that educate us about family issues. Every parent struggles with how to assimilate what they know into daily practice. Just knowing more doesn’t make you a better parent.

It’s not what you give to your kids.
Most parents will pay any price to provide what they think their kids need physically. It is easy to become so preoccupied striving for a better lifestyle, education, or neighborhood that you miss what really matters.

What is real success? . . .

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