With Love and Kindness

Hey Relentless Students! Today I want to challenge you to read Ephesians 4:17-32. What sticks out to you? Are there any behaviors you feel you need to change during this home time? Comment below!


Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you. – Eph 4:32 (NIV)



If you’re stuck at home right now due to the Coronavirus, you’re probably getting a little sick of your siblings. Maybe your mom is driving you crazy and you honestly don’t know if you can take another day of it.


We get it! Dealing with family all under one roof for a long time can be a lot to deal with.


Today’s Bible verse tells us to be kind and compassionate and to forgive. That means forgiving your brother who just ate the last of the chips. That means being kind to your mom even when you want to yell at her.


Family relationships aren’t always easy. But Jesus challenges us to treat others with love and kindness.


So today, look for ways to help your family. Maybe you can help your mom by throwing in a load of laundry without being asked. Perhaps you can talk to your brother and find out if he’s scared about Coronavirus and you can share a Bible verse to help encourage him.


Ask God for His help too. He might show you a way you can help your family. Your kindness will go a long way to helping your family get through this scary time together!

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