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Lyla Belle King is the youngest reporter on staff at The Missions Tribune.
She writes in each edition about life through the eyes a young devout Christian
girl. She sets an example of how to always stand for Christ - no matter what!
Hello Kids Corner!
How is everyone? How was your week? I just got out of school last week! How are you spending your summer? Before we get started if you haven’t gotten something to eat or drink today go do that now. Okay, last year I did a lot of sitting inside doing nothing during summer. Which can be fun but soon it does get boring. And with COVID, there wasn’t much we could do. Plus there is rarely anything to do to grow our faith on any occasion, COVID or not. But thankfully COVID is seemingly disappearing. So if you relate to that I have a couple of ideas.
I’m not sure if I’ve said this before but I love picnics. I go on them with my friends all the time. You can even have a picnic in your backyard! They are so peaceful and calming. The sunshine and wildlife make it so perfect. And when it isn’t raining we are having the best weather for them! So grab a friend, fill a basket with drinks and snacks (I love packing some fruit or baking something), and most importantly your Bible. You can study the word in this amazing environment God has given us. Or use some of the YouTube videos from last week's article to study with! I’ll definitely be doing a bible study picnic this summer.
Okay so if you like hiking this one is for you. While you are hiking you are witnessing one of the many gifts God has granted us. The earth! You can see deer and rabbits and all types of animals. Beautiful flowers, trees, and sunsets! You can just go outside and thank God for this world. It is magnificent. We have remarkable things. My Dad once looked at a sunset and said “How can you not believe in God when there is that!” We live every day and are used to all these things so it’s easy to take them for granted. But a gratitude walk is perfect for this summer.
Another thing I love to do, especially with my family, is draw with chalk. Have you seen the people who draw really awesome things with it? Like the characters with amazing shading and highlights. It’s honestly so cool. But something you can do is write verses with chalk and draw pictures to go with them. For example, write a verse from Jonah and the whale and then draw a whale! Not only is it fun it spreads God’s word! It’s also awesome if you are a babysitter to do with little kids!
Thank you for reading today’s Kids Corner! I hope you enjoyed these ideas and try some out! If none of these sound fun for you, don’t worry. If you’d like to see more ideas you can try searching on the internet for faith-building summer activities. Anyways, don’t forget to pray. Remember you can always talk to God about anything! It just starts with “Dear God”. Jesus loves you!
This is Lyla Belle signing out!