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Imagine a gumball machine filled to the brim with colorful candy. With just a bit of pocket change, you can fill up on vibrantly colored candy, but with time, the gumball machine empties out and the gum loses its flavor. Upon first glance, that machine may have looked completely full, but really it had many empty spaces and was easily poured out.  

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Have you ever been to your local fair and looked at your reflection in a funhouse mirror? If you have, you definitely noticed that you look… a little crazy! These mirrors are designed to distort the way that you see yourself, and it’s entertaining to see the funky shapes and forms your body can take on in the reflection.

 

To continue our February of Faith series, Joe White shares wisdom he gained from a difficult time in his life. He uses a powerful visual to illustrate the freedom that comes with giving our worries to Jesus.

 

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If you’ve conquered a high ropes course at Kamp, you know the feeling of securing your harness and attaching yourself to the rope, ready to summit. The harness is snug around you and there are two carabiners in place as a reminder that you are securely fastened and ready to fly!

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What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail? Perhaps you would try out for a school talent show or sports team. Maybe you’d write a book, begin a small business, or apply for your dream job.

Throughout the impressionable school-age years, there are a few key areas in which we can demonstrate good, Godly character to our children.

Reflecting on the past is an important part of preparing for the future. With 2019 rolling and school back in session, it’s important to take a moment to focus on what we learned in our most recent season, whether it was full of joy or maybe more difficult.

 

With that in mind, let’s take a look back at the verses we shared throughout December, viewing these through a fresh lens and how they can encourage us while entering into the new year.

Happy New Year, Kanakuk Family! Welcome to 2019—can you believe it’s already here?

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