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7.14.2015 _ Jen Clouse _ In Light Of Eternity
Click to listen to discussion lesson led by Kay Wyma on Tuesday, July 7, 2015.
Click play to listen to the lesson led by Jen Clouse from Tuesday, June 30th discussing material from chapters 15-18 in In Light of Eternity by Randy Alcorn.
NEIGHBORHOOD STUDIES, Bible Study, 6.23.15 Kay Wyma Leading Study Guide Lessons 6-7 , In Light of Eternity Book Chapters 11-14 [Press play and the recording time will change]
* Click on play and then the playtime changes to 1:08:54.7. We are learning this as we go, and we’re so sorry that the recording cut off 20 minutes before the session was finished… But here’s most of it. NEIGHBORHOOD … Continue reading
“You are the light of the world!” – Matthew 5:14 We want Halloween to be a time where we spread light in a dark world. JOHN 8:12 “Jesus spoke to the people once more and said, ‘I am the light … Continue reading
Join us as we read, rhyme and sing together with our little ones…a mommy and me play date. (Pack a lunch and play with us at the tree fort afterwards, too!) We meet from 10:30 am – 11:00 am at … Continue reading
Lit[erature] Bear Snores On Orange Pear Apple Bear Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See? Old Bear We’re Going On A Bear Hunt The Berenstains’ B Book (and Berenstain Bear book) Big Smelly Bear Bear Has A Story to … Continue reading
Lit[erature] The 7 Days of Creation by Mindy Macdonald Mouse Paint by Ellen Stoll Walsh Wow! Said the Owl by Tim Hopgood Lyrics Do you know who made the world? Colors God Made You [tune of Twinkle, Twinkle Little … Continue reading
The cognitive and social development that happens with reading (and language development) is amazing, especially at the unsuspecting age of 0-18 months. Using repetitive words, sounds (onomatopeia) and phrases (especially in music) is especially helpful for language, and physically interacting with … Continue reading