Today I homeschooled my 3 Grandaughters as my daughter works 1 day tutoring public high school students who can't make it in the classroom. We studied about shepherds and sheep. I typed in shepherd in the search engine and images and we looked at how they would sleep in the door of the fold. We discussed sheep and watched a man calling them on YouTube. This lead into the discussion of Jesus, the Great Shepherd and how he cares for us. John reminded us that the wolves come to kill, steal and destroy. What a blessed day! Now that's homeschooling!
Tomorrow, Friday, my daughter and her husband are taking the girls to Yosemite for a homeschooling field trip. She has her credential to teach but I did not when I homeschooled her and her brothers years ago. Well, they turned out well, college degrees and loving Christian families. Praise God!
Great Reminder! talebearing can actually become a habit to the point that you do not recognize it when you are doing it. I believe our culture has been conditioned to this kind of behavior by all the tabloid magazines, and media outlets that inundate us with this kind of info. Agreed! Through the power of the Holy Spirit we can have victory in this area of our walk. Thank you for this much needed reminder.
I just wanted to respond to Get Real's comments about nurses being darkened and calloused. That's a pretty blanket statement to use and as a nurse, would say unfair and untrue. Is the culture darkened and calloused? Yes and getting more so everyday, but to make a general statement regarding those in the medical profession is a bit over-the top, don't you think?