Every Sunday when I hold my five minute opening in Sunday School, I talk about something important to the children, or what's coming up. The last couple of weeks have been about things for which we should be thankful. They have mentioned parents, friends, toys, warm clothes, toys, food, toys, Jesus, and turkey!
We did a food pantry basket, and they brought in cans of beans and bags of rice and stuffing, but they wanted to give turkey. We talked about how we can't do that because turkeys are frozen or fresh and they will spoil. We decided to give some of our offering money to the pantry to buy turkeys.
Because, hey, it's all about the
They're learning that not everyone has enough to eat this time of year, or throughout the year. They have generous little hearts and that makes them sad.
Wherever you are, I hope you have enough. To eat, to do, to care about, to believe in.
But don't forget the
If you go shopping, take your time. Enjoy the tradition but don't be mean or get in the way of any mean people. Have fun. Be thankful, remember those who are less fortunate. Love your family and when you get home, don't forget to eat some