Kids Experience January 17

by Jan 17, 2021Kids

We can work hard.

This week we hear some wise advice from Solomon (see Proverbs 6:6-8).  We can do our best at whatever we are doing. We can work hard.  Hard work is one way we can show love to God—and to the people He made. This week we hear about a Rule for Life that we can all choose to follow, every day: Work hard.
This week (and every day) let’s give our best effort. Let’s show others that we can be responsible. Let’s work hard so we can make a difference for other people. 
 

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