You Can’t Start Too Young

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Sunday morning as I was trying to get ready for church I ask my two older grandboys, Noah and Nicolis to watch their baby brother Logan, while I took a shower… in exchange for a few dollars of course! After I finished getting ready  I gave each of the boys eight quarters. Deciding it would be a great lesson on giving I told them we needed to tithe our money to God for His goodness. Since I had given them the two dollars, they should give God 10%. Or better still, He should have one of their quarters. Noah thought it would be a much better idea if I gave him another $2.00 then he would give God the entire $2.00. Not quite what I had in mind. Nicolis asked me “Where is God?” I said “Well, He’s in Heaven.” To which he replied, “Then He doesn’t need my quarter does He?” They did however put their quarters in the offering plate!!! ‪#‎GrandbabiesRock ‬‪#‎SixBlessings‬

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Shari Johnson. (aka The Jesus Chick) has been encouraging women of faith and youth for a closer walk with Christ for over ten years. Having a burden for the leadership in American Churches, much of her writing is meant to spear on the servant of God to do more for the cause of Christ in these uncertain times. With humor, transparency and solid bible teaching Shari outlines messages that are easily understood, life applicable, and often with easily remembered points to ponder in hopes that they’ll be reflected on throughout the day and serve as encouragement on the go. Her servant’s heart is grounded in her own local church believing that it is there that the greatest impact can be made and unfortunately suffers the greatest neglect across America. Shari speaks at women’s gatherings in hopes of leaving a giggle in their soul and a burning desire to serve in their own local body of believers having it said of her “I laughed, I cried, and I was drawn to the foot of the cross…” Which is what it’s all about. For information on scheduling Shari, call her direct at (304)377-6036, message her via email at talk2shari@gmail.com or find her on Facebook!

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