How to fight the influences of evil threatening to corrupt our children through the practice of spiritual adoption.
The cool water swirled around my ankles as I stood at the edge of the lake, toes buried in the wet sand, watching my four children splash in the shallows.
I couldn’t help but overhear snippets of conversations of a group of children – around 8 or 9 years old – as they played a game of pretend a little farther out in the water.
It was the saddest pretend play I’ve ever heard.
There was a mom and a dad, and the rest of the kids seemed to be their children.
Their pretend conversations went like this:Continue reading “The Saddest Game of Pretend Play I’ve Ever Seen”