Hey ONE TUL family! Christa and I are praying for health and wholeness in every area of your life today. Over the past several weeks we have continued our discussion on creativity and its importance in our life. We talked about how God designed all of us to be creative as we are made in His image. While it is true that we have God’s creative nature within us, many of us simply have not recognized that creativity at work.
On Sunday, in an effort to help us all realize areas in which we might naturally be creative, I highlighted Dr. Howard Gardner’s insights into the seven different types of intelligence from his book Frames of Mind. I have listed these intelligences below as reference for you. It is vital that we begin to see ourselves as creative if we hope to tap into this powerful force God has equipped us with. Check out the list below and recognize the giftings you see in yourself.
I believe that God designed all of us uniquely with an intent that we use our giftings and talents to bring His goodness into our world. Let’s all be aware of how we can use our strengths to impact others today.
Have a great week and we will see you Sunday!
G & C
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Last week in Kids Lab we continued our Bible Royale series with a lesson about “The fiery Furnace”. I have been sharing some stories in class about my trip as a 16-year-old to China and my experiences with the underground church there. It would be a great conversation to talk with your children about– what if it was illegal to pray or to be a Christian?
You all never cease to amaze me– we filled some of our Nursery slots since our last email! I am so appreciative of all our new volunteers.
Please bring in the items that you have collected for the homeless. Please consider even taking items from your own pantry to give away– my parents would do this with us when I was a child and it actually made a huge impact on my life. It caused me to always be aware that the things I have that I may not be using could really make a difference in someone else’s life. Single wrapped granola bars, tuna packets, hotel sample size shampoos, and soaps are all items that you may have around the house that would be useful. We would also like to include small water bottles, never used socks and toothbrushes and toothpaste. The kids will be stuffing zip lock bags with these items and then taking them with them and you can give them to the homeless that you see around town.