[The boys on Sunday ready to get mommy]
Last week Janell and Shiloh went to Florida to visit family, leaving me alone with the two boys. It was a fun (and difficult) week, and we were all excited for them to come home last night.
I skyped into the board meeting of Youth Ministry International in order to give a little report on what is happening in Latin America, and I received such an encouragement from David Adams, the director of the Center for Youth Ministry at Southern Seminary in Kentucky. Check the video to hear what he said.
His words were just what I needed to hear, and they reminded me of Proverbs 25:11 – “A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in a setting of silver.”
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Being a Dad is a lot of things. This week, I’ve spent a lot of time with my two boys. Janell is out of town, and I’m alone with my two big guys. It’s been fun, challenging, funny, exhausting, and many other things.
Last night it was time to go to bed, and they wanted candy. I told them no because it was time to go to bed. They had already stayed up later than normal, and I was ready for them to go to sleep. Well, Ben had a tantrum. I pulled out my phone and recorded it. I hope one day he will watch this and laugh, too.
The Youth Department of the Mexican Baptist Convention approached our Center for Youth Ministry asking for help to plan a series of Bible studies for “youth month”, which will take place in January of 2012.
That song was to remind us that God is always watching what we do, but yesterday, I noticed something that reminded me of the song.
Nathan was sitting on the couch playing on the computer. His little brother watched him playing the computer, went into his bedroom, and got out the toy computer that they have so he could play on it, too. He copied everything Nathan did, using the computer to do “work.”
I was digging through the kids’ Halloween candy yesterday and realized that if I was going to eat any of it, it would have to be one of the many pieces they got with Chili on it.