Just last week while at the mall shopping for a birthday present, I saw a group of very sophisticated girls (probably no older than 10 or 11), and they were so scantily dressed that even I was embarrassed for them. Yes, they had adult supervision, but even her coverage left little for the imagination.
As the father of a 4 ½ year old boy, I learn new things every day! From my son, I learn so much as a parent, as a person who professionally works with boys, and as a man.
It is an exciting time here at the national WMU office. Just two short weeks ago we welcomed our all-new Children’s Ministry Consultant to the Children’s Resource Team. Heather Keller is from west Tennessee and has a long and rich history of WMU involvement on various levels. Heather is already hard at work learning about her new role and getting started with lots of new projects related to children’s missions.
As July begins, I’ve already begun to see countless flags and signs of freedom everywhere I look. In my community, flags line the divided highway as a reminder of the freedoms we have in our country. At this time of year I’m also reminded to give thanks for the freedom we have been given in a relationship with Christ.