Encouraging Bible verses to share with grandkids by Kaye Swain REALTOR using pink flowering trees from Pierce County Washington.jpg

Sunday Encouragement for Baby Boomers and Grandkids

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Church was such a sweet blessing today. The opening hymns were gorgeous, the communion and closing hymns were sweetly thought AND joy-provoking, and the sermon from the book of James was both educational and encouraging in so many ways. It touched on areas I need to work on and other areas I am working on with my grandkids. I love it when God gives me a nudge in the direction He wants me to go in sharing God’s Word with my sweet grandchildren. Here’s my latest iPhone Wallpaper verses:

Spring is bursting with bright blue skies and trees with gorgeous pink flowers

These will be a great reminder for me for the week as well as a handy way to share these encouraging words the next time I’m babysitting the grandchildren. What’s your favorite way to share encouraging quotes and Scriptures with your grandkids? We’d love to hear!

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  1. That’s a perfect one for phone wallpaper. I have so many icons on my phone, though, that I’d not see the verse. I’ll have to figure out how to remedy that (I’ve many in folders but then I have lots of folders!). 😀

  2. Hi Lisa – Too funny – I have the same problem 🙂 I can see them in the lock screen part and I can see them to read to them by swiping the pages all the way to the last empty page. Then I can read it 🙂

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