"It is so important for us to remember our elders – they are the ones who brought us into this world and nurtured us for so many years. They are our parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles. They are our teachers, our farmers, our servicemen, and beloved religious. They taught us right from wrong, led us in the right direction when we were lost, they picked us up when we were down. They fed us, clothed us, put a roof over our heads, and kept us in good company when we needed it.Read More
- Pray that your home may be a peaceful haven where the presence of Christ is felt.
- Make sharing mealtime a priority. There really is no substitute because shared meals are more than just food! Take the time to talk about the activities of the day- ask questions ie. “What was the best thing that happened today? Worst thing? Funniest thing? Read a short Scripture passage or devotional after dinner or say a prayer or keep a prayer journal with intentions for each day. Enjoy your time at the dinner table.
- Teach your children and model hospitality of the heart by being by being friendly andtreating all those we come in contact with respect and dignity –especially those within our own families!