The Day the Crayons Quit

I was present at a church service yesterday as a guest preacher, and when it came time for the Moment with Children, no children were present. I was not leading this section, but someone had prepared a lesson, so she decided to direct it toward the entire church of adults. And this sweet thing happened. Folks from the choir didn’t want her to feel alone at the bottom of the chancel, so they said, “We’re going!” This group of Boomers sat on the floor around her while she read a book.

It was a darling, funny book, and it had a great message for adults too. It was certainly a more creative sermon than my own.

So today, whatever your age, I would like to present, “The Day the Crayons Quit” by Drew Daywalt.

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