Count Your Blessings
By: WebmasterDate: Mar 20, 2020 Tags: Plymouth Christian Life, Stories
We could probably describe this week with many different adjectives; interesting, unusual, tough, sad, unique, unexpected, fun, lonely, overwhelming, and on and on. You get the idea. Our families are processing this week in many different ways, and we are thankful that they are sharing their stories and pictures and connecting to each other through technology. We have never been more grateful to be part of this school family. You have been a blessing to us and to each other.
Mrs. Miller, a PCA 1st grade teacher, gave her students a special assignment this week. An assignment to remember their “blessings”. The following is the assignment and message she sent to them:
Good Morning Friends,
I miss not seeing you in class every day, but I am so proud of the hard work you are doing at home. I have a very special assignment for you today. It is your most important one for the day!
First, this morning let’s stop and remember all the blessings God gives us. He is so awesome!
Next, I sent you a paper of a four-leaf clover. It is made of four heart shapes. We who love Jesus believe not just in luck, but that God is sending us blessings. (You’ve heard me talk about blessings, right?!!) Take that paper (someone will help you get it) and draw and design what God has blessed you with. Ask to see a picture of the one I did.
Write “I am blessed!” And include your name! Finally, ask mom to take a picture of it and email it to me. It will make my day. You will bless me and I hope it blesses you.
Keep working hard and look for ways to help others. I am praying for you!
Love, Mrs. Miller
We want you to know that through this time of distance, you, our PCA families are one of our greatest blessings!
Enjoy the artwork from Mrs. Miller’s 1st-grade students! “And my God will meet all your needs according to the riches of his glory in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:19
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