Ancient Tweets: "Words"

Edmund Brooks

We’ve all done it.  Open mouth and insert foot!  Something said in anger, something meant to be funny, a cutting remark or sarcastic response.  There are so many ways we can say the wrong thing.  There are so many ways we can get into trouble.  But how can we stay out of trouble?  How do we tame our own tongues? 

ANCIENT TWEETS - Words study guide

MYTHBUSTERS: God Will Take Care of You

April 7, 2013Randy Christian

A Sunday school teacher once asked why we are teaching our kids things that just aren’t true. He was referring to a curriculum for four year olds. The theme to be reenforced by the teachers was: “God will take care of you”. The idea, of course, was to help the children feel safe and secure in God’s love and care. The problem? Even the Sunday school teacher could see that God doesn’t always “take care” of us. People are hurt–even little children. So is this true, or is it just another myth?

Dios Te Cuidara
Un maestro de Escuela Dominical preguntó una vez por qué estamos enseñando a nuestros hijos cosas que no son verdaderas. Se refería a un plan de estudios para alumnos de 4 años. El tema siendo reforzado por los maestros era: “Dios Te Cuidara”. La idea, por supuesto, era ayudar a los niños sentirse seguros en el amor y cuidado de Dios. ¿El problema? Hasta el maestro podía ver que Dios no siempre “nos cuidara”. La gente está lastimada; hasta los niños pequeños. Entonces, esto es verdad o solo un mito?