Thursday, March 24, 2016

Purim and remembering God's faithfulness

A encouraging care package from Gayly arrived just in time for us to make chocolate Hamantaschen for Purim.

I love watching my kids work together to make a treat of remembrance.  God's faithfulness and sovereignty have been recorded over and over and over again through the years - beginning in the Bible and continuing to the present in our little corner of the world.

I want to be intentional about recording His faithfulness to our family, whether I use traditional family recipes or this blog or other "stones of remembrance" to pass down the truth that God is in control and He is working in our lives.

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