Keeping summer joy levels high means helping your children find peace in hard places. There is no better source of peace than Jesus’ presence. Feeling Jesus is close brings comfort and security. This closeness adds to our daily joy levels. Like any new skill or habit, learning to interact with Jesus takes practice both for parents leading as well as children receiving.
In today’s video, Jen shares simple steps to use Skill 13: Seeing what God sees. Interactive Gratitude is one of the gentlest and most efficient ways to notice some of God’s thoughts and presence so children feel safe and find rest where they feel distress. Living with an awareness of Jesus in our lives is one of the best ways to stay anchored and process pain.