Monday, August 26, 2013

Do you pray for your children?

I hope you all had a great Summer! We had a very busy but amazing Summer! Our kids went back to school today.

Do you pray for your children daily? How about for the teachers, leaders and every students?

I do! I can get selfish by praying for my children only. But so many times the holy spirit brings those children to mind. I pray for the children that are facing hard time at home, with abusive family or illness or peer pressure. And for those don't know God might know Him.

For God, all the children are the same. We can label the good or the bad, the poor or the wealthy, the believers or non-believers, but God doesn't. He loves us so much all the same! He does hate our sins, but He still loves us!

If you are a followers of Jesus Christ, I want you to be an example of Jesus. Ask yourself, how would Jesus treat that person. You know He would love on them, invite them to His home, feed them and even wash their feet. Isn't Jesus character? So why are we afraid to invite those that are different from us?

A woman shared with me when I asked her why she hate Christians. She said, "Sara, those people never invited me to their home but they invite me to their church." I was sad, but I shared the story of Jesus and that is all it matters. Besides, we are still learning to grow our spiritual walk with God. We are not perfect at all, but we recognize that we are sinners and we need our Savior.

 So, if your child starts school today or next week, remember to pray for the teachers, the bus monitor, and all the students.

Praying to all students of all ages for protection, may God protect their hearts and mind. May God draws them near to Himself!

Happy first day of school!!!

Saturday, August 10, 2013

Strawberry French Toast

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I thought I will treat myself with these delicious breakfast. The boys like to eat pancakes and French toast. The boys has been away for a mission trip for ten days, my daughter hardly eats breakfast.
I love anything bread, especially French toast, soaked with homemade syrup. 

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Measure flour into a large mixing bowl. Slowly whisk in the milk. Whisk in the eggs, cinnamon, sugar and vanilla extract until smooth.

Heat a lightly oiled frying pan over medium heat. Soak bread slices in mixture until saturated. Cook bread on each side until golden brown. Serve hot.

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Cook strawberry and syrup on medium heat for 20 minutes. Press down with a fork if you want have pieces of strawberries, if you don't blend it after it cools down.
I hope this was helpful! I love reading your comment. What is your favorite breakfast?