Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Teach Intentionally..."Family Time…Sing praises to the King", with Stacy Davis ~ Bible Teacher and Sky Ranch Board Member

Family Time…Sing praises to the King

      Can you sing? Some people are asked to sing at events because they are amazing, I am not one of those people. But I greatly appreciate the people who minister to us through song! Also, I am encouraged in Psalm 98 because I am not asked to sing beautifully, but to make a joyful noise... joyous song and praise…whew! God seems cares more about what the words are saying than how great it sounds. He understands and listens to our hearts and recognizes our attempt. That is good news to me! But let me ask…are you joyful? God’s desire is for you to be joyful and sing praises and He mentions it quite often in scripture. If you stop and think about it, you really do have a lot to be joyful or thankful for, but sometimes because of difficulty in life, the positives can be hard to see.  I have discovered a secret though. If you focus on the good, you actually become more joyful and thankful toward God and the contrary is true, if you focus on the bad, you become more disgruntled with God.
     When my kids were little, we sang a lot and they loved it. It did not really matter how it sounded, we just sang at the top of our lungs all kinds of fun or silly songs often praising God. However, now that my kids are 18 and 20 and since I am not a singer, I don’t really encourage my family to sing like we used to. My son does play the piano and we all just enjoy the melody that he plays. We also praise God when we sing along at church or with the songs on Christian radio. But today we would not create a song praising God. So, we have to come up with another way to praise God besides singing. Since I have mentioned previously, my family struggles with being positive, we are still focusing on saying one or two positive comments about our day at our dinners. It really has helped each of our attitudes to make a point to notice the good in our lives and recognize that it does come from God.

This week in your family time, I would encourage you to prepare by praying for your family and asking God to reveal to you if anyone in your family needs help recognizing the joy in their lives. Pray and ask God to bring to mind all the positive and joyous things and write them down. Does anyone like to sing in your family or write lyrics? If so, encourage them to take your list and create a melody for your list of praises. Or as a group, you could praise God together in prayer for all that He has done in your lives. Teaching your kids to look for the positive or good is a learned exercise and does not come naturally to us. Kids easily notice the negatives and as Mom, you have to encourage them to see the good and as Mom, you have to remind them to thank God for the good in their life. Plus you never know, you might discover the hidden talent of singing or song writing for you or one of your kids!
Do you have questions or need prayer for your family? Email me at
I will be praying for you! 
Stacy A. Davis
Teach Intentionally
This week we are in the 9th  Month Topic and  4th  Family Time (or page  80) of the Sky Ranch Devotional “Open Your Eyes”…
Family Time 4: 
Month 9 Topic: God is my King and my purpose…Sing praises to the King
Talk with God: Read…Psalm 100:1-5
~ Psalm 100:1-5  Shout joyfully to the Lord, all the earth. (2) Serve the Lord with gladness; come before Him with joyful singing. 
  • How are we to serve the Lord according to v. 100:2?
(3) Know that the Lord Himself is God; it is He Who has made us, and not we ourselves; we are His people and the sheep of His pasture.  
(4) Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise.  Give thanks to Him; bless His name. 
(5) For the Lord is good; His loving-kindness is everlasting, and His faithfulness to all generations.
  • In Ps 100:5, is the Lord good?  How do you know?
  • What else is the Lord, per Ps 100:5?
Walk with God: Discuss… The Psalms are also songs.  In fact, you could “sing” the Scripture above if you wanted to! Remember, David was quite an accomplished harpist.  Sing together as a family a hymn or spiritual song, such as “Great is Thy Faithfulness” or “Holy, Holy, Holy.”   Singing praises to God is an act of worship.  He covets the praises of His people.
Prayer suggestion… Pray for a heart full of thanksgiving and praise.
Family Time 4: 
Leader Answers:
  • With gladness
  • Yes, His Word says so (Psalm 100:5) and He created us for a relationship with Him.  He loves us and is good.
  • His loving-kindness is everlasting and His faithfulness is to all generations
  • Discussion ideas: This can be a wonderful time as a family to sing a hymn together and praise the Lord.  Don’t worry about sounding beautiful! The Lord knows your heart!
© 2011 Lisa Clark and Stacy A. Davis, Inc. All rights reserved.

Friday, May 25, 2012

Start getting excited about Sky Ranch summer camp...

 Sky Ranch Summer Camp Session 1 Kicks us off Sunday for the Summer, and 
We know your campers are getting excited too, so start looking for those fun car markers to decorate your cars for the drive to camp!
We can't wait to see you!!!
Sky Ranch SkyMoms

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Teach Intentionally..."Family Time…Service to the King", with Stacy Davis ~ Bible Teacher and Sky Ranch Board Member

Family Time…Service to the King

Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms. - Peter 4:10
What would Jesus do? How often should a Christian ask them self this question? All the time! This month's focus on God as your King and your purpose keeps the family looking at God and our respect for His office as our Leader. One of the best ways to show who you follow is to serve Him. Romans 12:1 tell you that an active lifestyle of serving God is the best form of worshipping God. What does a lifestyle of serving God look like? It would be a lifestyle of always asking yourself…what would Jesus do? It would be a lifestyle of looking for ways to provide for the needs of those around you and to share the life changing message of Jesus with others.
As a Mom, helping your kids connect the message in scripture to actively living it out in your lifestyle is one of the biggest challenges to parenting. The best way to display this lifestyle is to lead by example and in any situation ask yourself "what would Jesus do?" You can teach your kids to search for ways to help in the church and in their community of friends. They may enjoy singing in the youth choir, serving on mission trips, or just inviting a friend to go to church. God can use our service in many ways. My daughter and a few friends saw a need at her school for a lunchtime bible study in a secular high school. She committed to find a study and lead the group in discussion once a week. It was not a large group, but their hearts were right in desiring to honor God with their time and focus on Him. She led right where God placed her and He blessed it!
This week in your family time, I would encourage you to prepare by praying for your family and asking for  God to show you if anyone in your family needs help understanding how they can serve God with the gifts that He has given to them. There are many ways to serve God, but discovering the gifts that He gave you can be a challenge and are not always obvious to you. After you become a Christian, God gives you a desire to serve Him and gives you special abilities or gifts.  The gifts that He gives to you will be interesting to you and will help you reach out to the people that He wants you to serve. Ask yourselves…how do you enjoy showing kindness and encouraging others? Look at the people God has placed around you...and ask how can you serve so they see Jesus in you? Encourage your family to reach out to the people around them and point the way to Jesus by their words and actions.
Do you have questions or need prayer for your family? Email me at
I will be praying for you! 
Stacy A. Davis
Teach Intentionally
This week we are in the 9th  Month Topic and 3rd Family Time (or page  73) of the Sky Ranch Devotional “Open Your Eyes”…
Family Time 3:
Month 9 Topic: God is my King and my purpose…Service to the King
Talk with God: Read…Romans 12:1, 6-8
~ Romans 12:1  Therefore I urge you dear brothers to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God – this is your spiritual act of worship.  Do not conform any longer to the patterns of this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.  Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is – His good, pleasing and perfect will.
  • What do we need to do first, before we test and approve God’s will, according to v. 1?
  • Is God’s will perfect in v. 1?
~ Romans 12:6-8  And since we have gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let each exercise them accordingly; if prophecy, according to the proportion of his faith; (7) if service, in his serving, or he who teaches, in his teaching; (8) or he who exhorts, in his exhortation; he who gives, with liberality; he who leads, with diligence; he who shows mercy, with cheerfulness.
  • Why do we all have different gifts per v. 6-8?
Walk with God: Discuss… As we just read, all members of the body have different gifts.  What gifts is your family blessed with?  Go around and discuss these gifts as a family.  How can you serve others with these gifts?  Are you using them for the Lord?  Why or why not?  Set goals to begin using your gifts as a family to serve and minister to those around you.  
Prayer suggestion… Ask God to help you use your gifts as a family for His glory.
Family Time 3: 
Leader Answers:
  • Offer our bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God
  • Yes
  • We have different gifts so we can all serve in different ways, meeting the needs of the body of Christ
  • Discussion ideas:  Don’t limit yourselves to the gifts written in these verses.  Many gifts are given to God’s people.  Some will be easy to state, yet others will be more introspective and thoughtful.  Bless each family member and exhort through this time.
© 2011 Lisa Clark and Stacy A. Davis, Inc. All rights reserved.

Monday, May 21, 2012

Prayer Encouragement: "Sky Ranch Summer 2012 " by SkyMom, Terrie Chevaillier

Sky Ranch Summer 2012

I prayed… now.
I prayed for this child, and the LORD has granted me what I asked of him.
  So now I give him to the LORD. For his whole life he will be given over to the LORD.
 And he worshiped the LORD there.

I hope that your children are signed up and planning to spend 
a life changing week at Sky Ranch this summer!
I have one working there as a counselor who was originally signed up for the 
first summer session.
He called exactly one day after getting there and shared that he would be staying all summer!
Sad to say that my first reaction when finding this out was a bit selfish…
we were just looking forward to having him all to ourselves for the second part of the 
summer as this past year was his first year away at college.
And we so missed him!
For this child I prayed……
So now…..
I give him to the Lord.
This is not to say that we have not given him to the Lord as we have taught
him and trained him in the truth and love of Christ…we have.
But this time, I felt deeply that I was giving him to the Lord.
And I cannot wait to hear and see what he gets to be a part of this summer.
Last summer at Sky Ranch, so many children gave their lives to Christ.
I had to think this week…isn’t this just what I prayed for.
A son that would love the Lord and want to give his life for service to His Kingdom.

Let’s Pray God’s Word:
Dear Father, thank you for our sweet children.  I pray that they would all get 
to experience a life changing week at Sky Ranch this summer 
and grow in the knowledge of their Lord and Savior.
Help us as moms to release them with unselfish hands
into Your kingdom for growth and service.
You Lord have granted us children.
We have asked you for them and you have given them to us.
So Now.
Help us to fully let go and give them to You in the seasons of life that they are all in.
Some just little guys going to camp for the first time,
some staying there first time for two weeks instead of one.
Some getting on a bus and heading to Colorado.
And some calling home and hoping they receive our blessing to stay all summer
and love on and encourage campers.
Help us to be SkyMoms who fully give our children to You.
~Terrie Chevaillier

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Ronda from~ The Family Table, brings us "Springtime Risotto with Lemon, Green Peas and Asparagus"!

It never fails, the end of the semester always brings a cold of some sort my way. I can almost pencil it in the calendar. With Spring fever in the air, it is hard to slow down enough to rest and heal. But listening to our bodies, when they beg for renewal, is the key to a quick turn around in our health. 
This nasty stuff started on Friday and I tried to pretend everything was just fine. I went to yoga, ran the kids to activities, studied a little bit and stayed up way to late. Saturday rolled around and it was more of the same. Rush, rush and more rush. I really thought it was allergies! It wasn’t until Mother’s Day, that I finally had to admit that I was sick. I crawled into bed and that is where I have been since. 
Once I allowed myself to stop, my body went into shut down mode and I fell fast asleep. I have slept off and on and finally, this afternoon (Tuesday), I am just starting to feel a little better. 
To me, sickness always calls for comfort food of some sort. I feel a body just can’t heal without something hearty to eat. We need something hot, something tasty and something nutritious. 
The only thing that fit that bill was my Springtime Risotto with Lemon, Green Peas and Asparagus. It is so comforting and tasty that you are sure to slip into a restorative sleep after eating dinner. 
Springtime Risotto with Lemon, Green Peas and Asparagus
3 T of extra virgin olive oil
1 cup diced onion
2 cups of arborio rice
3 cups white wine (chicken stock can be used if cooking with wine is not an option)
10-12 cups of chicken or vegetable stock
2 small bunches of asparagus, trimmed and cut into 3rd
1 small pouch of green peas (1-2 cups)
lemon zest from 2 lemons
juice from 1 lemon
2 cups of grated Parmesan Cheese
2 T butter
salt and pepper to taste
In a large sauce pan, heat stock until at a low simmer. In a dutch oven, add olive oil and turn on heat to medium. Add onion and a sprinkle of salt and pepper. Cook until onion is translucent about 3-5 minutes. Add rice and stir until combined with onion. Add white wine and constantly stir until almost evaporated. Continue adding a cup of stock, stirring the whole time, until almost evaporated. You will notice the rice starting to plump. Continue adding a cup of stock at a time until rice is almost soft. Add vegetables and two cups of broth. Cook until vegetables are crisp tender and rice is soft. Add final cup of stock, Parmesan cheese, zest, lemon juice and butter. Stir until combined and broth absorbed. Risotto should be very creamy looking. Serve in big bowls with lemon zest for garnish.

onion and rice before wine or chicken stock


I love this dish just how it is, but it can also be served with a big salad or as a side dish.  This dish fed five of us as a hearty main dish with a little left over for the next day.
Happy Cooking!
Love, Ronda from The Family Table

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Teach Intentionally..."Family Time…Obedience to the King", with Stacy Davis ~ Bible Teacher and Sky Ranch Board Member

Family Time…Obedience to the King

If no one would ever know, would you do it? It could be something good or bad…but no one would ever know…would you still do it? That is no human would know…but God would know. The focus this month is on God as your king, your purpose and your obedience to Him. Nothing escapes God, including your obedience or disobedience. In an effort to understand God better, this is an important truth to embrace! Since God is invisible, you can forget sometimes that He is there…but He is there, all the time and watching what you think, say and do. Scripture teaches that God is sees all… “ The Lord looks from heaven; He sees all the sons of men;   from His dwelling place He looks out on all the inhabitants of the earth, He who fashions the hearts of them all , He who understands all their works” (Psalms 33:13-15). Scripture teaches that God knows the thoughts of people too… “know  the  God of your father, and serve Him with a whole heart and a willing mind; for the Lord searches all hearts , and understands every intent of the thoughts” (1 chronicle 28:9). How do you know if God really is your King? If God is really your King, you will be obedient to Him. When you truly follow a leader, you will respond when they ask you to do something. If you really follow him and he asks something of you, you won’t say…”no, not today.” You are happy to serve and do what is asked. Your obedience reflects your attitude toward that leader. It is the same with God. If you really serve God and He is your Leader and King, you will respond in obedience and happily serve as asked.
As a Mom, teaching the concept that God knows everything you do…including your thoughts…can be a tough concept to teach. A friend wisely told me to teach my kids that wherever they are or whatever they are doing… picture Jesus sitting next to you. So, when you are about to watch that questionable movie…picture Jesus sitting on the couch next to you…would you still watch it? This exercise has helped get the point across that even though God is invisible, He is still there. But in the end, training in integrity and teaching kids to do the right thing has helped equally as much. It can take time for their relationship with Jesus to develop to a point that they understand His presence is with them all the time. 
This week in your family time, I would encourage you to prepare by praying for your family and asking God to reveal if your family truly understands that He is King and obeying God. Does your family understand what God says in scripture well enough to obey it? Do you enjoy doing what is right in God’s eyes? Are you consistent with what you are asking your family to do? It is important for both, you and your husband, to role model integrity, honor and respecting God by obedience, if you are going to ask your kids to do the same. As a group, your family may commit to improving your obedience to God by simply deciding to treat each other in a nicer way. Each person can commit to intentionally be nicer to each member of the family. At the next family time, make note if your family followed through with the commitment and if it improve your family environment.
Do you have questions or want prayer for your family? Email me at
I will be praying for you! 
Stacy A. Davis
Teach Intentionally
This week we are in the 9th  Month Topic and 2nd  Family Time (or page  78) of the Sky Ranch Devotional “Open Your Eyes”…
Family Time 2:
Month 9 Topic: God is my King and my purpose…Obedience to the King
Talk with God: Read…Psalm 119:1-6 (NLT)
1 Joyful are people of integrity,
      who follow the instructions of the Lord.
 2 Joyful are those who obey his laws
      and search for Him with all their hearts.
  • What brings us joy?
 3 They do not compromise with evil,
      and they walk only in His paths.
 4 You have charged us
      to keep Your commandments carefully.
  • How are we to keep His commandments?                            
 5 Oh, that my actions would consistently
      reflect Your decrees!
 6 Then I will not be ashamed
      when I compare my life with Your commands.
  • According to v. 5, what should our actions reflect? 
Walk with God: Discuss… If God is our King, then we should obey Him, right?  Why is this so hard?  Would it be easier to obey an earthly king?  Why?
Prayer suggestion… Ask God to remind your family on a daily basis that He is King.  He is on His throne and He is Lord!
Family Time 2: 
Leader Answers:
  • Integrity and obedience
  • Carefully
  • His decrees (His Words)
  • Discussion ideas:  Obedience to God is sometimes hard because it is OUR decision.  Sometimes no one but God knows when we are disobedient.  That’s when character counts!
© 2011 Lisa Clark and Stacy A. Davis, Inc. All rights reserved.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Camp opens in just 12 days! Act TODAY to Guarantee Your Spot!

Camp is Filling Fast!
Dear Friend,

Summer will be here before we know it, and all of us at Sky Ranch are working hard to make sure it's the best summer ever! As you can seen from the yellow and red blocks in the chart below, some weeks and age groups are already sold out.

Because you are "family", we wanted to make sure you had the opportunity to get your choice of weeks before they are filled.

Thank you for allowing Sky Ranch the opportunity to serve your family - we hope to see you out here for Summer 2012!

$715 per session - based on availability.
Register today for the first or last sessions and receive the special pricing of $715 per session.  Same great camp - incredible price!

Please call Guest Services to speak with a friendly team member who can answer your questions about Sky Ranch!

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Happy Mother's Day...from Linda Paulk, Sky Ranch CEO and President

Happy Mother’s Day to all of our SkyMom’s. How grateful we are for each of you that are caretakers of the heart at home.  Be encouraged today and know that through Christ you can do all things.  God has given you the gift of motherhood and yes, it is a big job…sometimes so overwhelming that we don’t think we can continue…but He is forever with you and will guide you and give you wisdom along the way.  You are beautiful and we love you!

Linda S. Paulk
President and CEO
Sky Ranch

Friday, May 11, 2012

Prayer Encouragement: "Wives, Husbands, Children, Fathers!" by SkyMom, Terrie Chevaillier

Wives, Husbands, Children, Fathers!
Wives, submit to your own husbands, as is fitting in the Lord. Husbands, love your wives and do not be bitter towards them. Children, obey your parents in all things, for this is well pleasing to the Lord. Fathers, do not provoke your children, lest they become discouraged. 
Colossians 3: 18-21

Submit, love, obey, and don't provoke.....sounds like a recipe for a peace filled home. If we are moms that like household rules....let's just take these four as we enter  into summer and see what happens when the rules (biblical commands)....or as my bible titles it The Christian Home, are lived out among the household.   Charts and stars might not be needed.  Four verses, prayer, and God's Word sinking into the hearts of our home, might bring such a blessing this summer that we would make it a lifestyle.

Interesting that the first verse  was given to wives. As we have learned the past few weeks from Proverbs 31....we really do have a sacred influence.
So maybe if we could ask the Lord to help us understand and apply submission....then our husbands might have an easier go at loving us, which from the harmony of mom and dad might flow children  who obey IN ALL THINGS, causing fathers to not be tempted to provoke the children in their anger....thus having encouraged kiddos verses discouraged and cranky ones.
And who among us would not just LOVE THIS??

Possible....with God. So let's pray His Word..

Dear Father, thank You that  it really is possible to have a peace filled home this summer. My heart  longs  for it.  I  understand from our my own efforts to control it...that nothing much lasts for more than a few days or at most, the first week.

However, Your Word inspires me.  I know that submission is biblical. Where I do not understand it...teach me.  Where I willingly don't obey it....convict me.  And when I surrender it as unto You...bless me. Bless my home and all who live in it. Let obedience and order in the home start with my heart.

Where I am not honoring my husband or respecting the role of husband, help me to see where I might be tempting him to be bitter towards me.  I pray that he would have energy  left over to put into our marriage.  Ignite in him a passion for new love where his heart might be angry or bitter.

Your Word says that is pleases You, when my children obey in all things. I pray that I would desire that they please You, over pleasing me, or the world, or their peers. I pray that our marriage done Your way...would bring peace to their hearts and a safe place to receive truth and grace from us as parents. 

I pray for my husband to have kind words of truth spoken over harsh words when discipline needs to be given. Give him extra grace as he loves each one.
Where he has provoked or discouraged them, heal their hearts with Your perfect love and infuse his heart with Your love so it overflows and spills over to our entire family.

~Terrie Chevaillier

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Teach Intentionally..."Family Time…Understanding God’s Kingship", with Stacy Davis ~ Bible Teacher and Sky Ranch Board Member

Family Time…Understanding God’s Kingship

Happy Mother’s Day! Of course, on Mother’s Day…of all days, you want our kids to show their appreciation and respect for you and what you do for them! As a Mom, it is our job to teach our kids to be respectful to others. Everything deserves some sort of respect just because God made it, and it must have some purpose. I have to admit, I do question the purpose of some things like mosquitoes…but with God there is always a purpose, even for mosquitoes. The challenge, as Mom, is to set the respect for God apart, and teach that He deserves the most respect. Scripture teaches that everything happens because of God’s will; and you were created by God and for God. You should desire His acceptance of you. He is the ultimate Leader that you are to follow. At Sky Ranch summer camp, kids were taught that God is the “Head Hauncho.” If you really understand who God is, you will want to please Him. Consider how you show respect to people. Are you polite to them? Do you listen to what they say? Do you support their ideas and have a good attitude toward the directions they give? Do you thank them when they are kind to you? Do you want them to think well of you so you are careful of your word and actions around them? It is the same with God, but you can even take your respect a step farther. God has given us the amazing gift of life. You exist because He willed for you to exist. You can thank Him and worship Him with song, praise, prayer and telling others about Him. Respect for others can be earned, but a respectful attitude is definitely taught. Your kids are watching you!
In the home that I grew up in, the kids were given the freedom to say what they thought. It taught independence, right! Well, almost…it can also teach disrespect. If the tongue is not bridled, it can be dangerous. Today parents want to raise kids who are self-advocates, so it is encouraged to take a stand for yourself. And nothing is wrong with that, in fact, it can be very good. However, parents also need to teach just as strongly the respect for authority. The independent tongue, if not handled correctly, can lead to an entitled kid who believes that everyone is to do as they command. It is important to teach kids how to be their own advocate and respect authority at the same time. Teach your kids that there are others in life that you are to behave respectfully towards and speak respectfully to. You will help them with their future teachers, bosses, and spouses, and even in their relationship with God.
This week in your family time, I would encourage you to prepare by praying for your family and asking God to help you see if anyone struggles with disrespect towards God or others. Ask God to reveal the heart and attitudes within. Pray and ask for God’s direction on the best way to talk to them about the subject of respect. Encourage an honest conversation on respecting the invisible God who although He deserves our respect, it can be understandable that young kids find respecting Him a challenge. Over time, your consistent conversations can lead your kids to form a reverence toward God. Share with your family what helps you keep the perspective of God as your King. Also, encourage your kids to list one person that they need to show more respect to and list why they lack respect for that person. Then, pray with your kids and ask God to help you respect that person and God correctly.
Do you need help or prayer for your family time? Email me at
I will be praying for you! 
Stacy A. Davis
Teach Intentionally
This week we are in the 9th  Month Topic and 1st   Family Time (or page  77) of the Sky Ranch Devotional “Open Your Eyes”…
Family Time 1:
Month 9 Topic: God is my King and my purpose…Understanding Kingship
Talk with God: Read…Matthew 6:10, Psalm 19:14, Ephesians 2:10
~ Matthew 6:10  Your Kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.
  • Whose will did Jesus pray for in Matt 6:10?
~ Psalm 19:14  Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in Your sight, O LORD, my strength, and my redeemer.
  • Whose acceptance are we looking for in Psalm 19:14?
~ Ephesians 2:10  For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.
  • In Eph 2:10, who are we and why were we created?
Walk with God: Discuss… Is it hard to recognize God as our King?  Why?  How should our lives be a reflection of Him as King?  Should the life we live (i.e., our works) be representative of Him?  How can we do this on a daily basis?
Prayer suggestion… Ask God to reveal His will to your family so that you can move forward with Him.
Family Time 1: 
Month 9 Topic:  God is my King and my purpose
Leader Answers:
  • God’s will
  • The Lord’s
  • God’s workmanship; for good works
  • Discussion ideas: It’s hard sometimes to recognize Him as King because we can’t physically see Him like we might see an earthly king.  Spending time with Him, worshipping Him and being obedient makes the relationship more real.
© 2011 Lisa Clark and Stacy A. Davis, Inc. All rights reserved.