When I read her challenge I immediately thought of my nephew Jayden. My brother and his wife have the cutest brown boy I've ever seen. The kid is such a character. He loves to tease, and play around, and climb all over my hubby. He's quite the dancer, loves anything Spiderman, and is a little jokester to boot. He's one of the most loving little boys I know. When he leaves his day care, he cannot walk out the door without personally saying goodbye and delivering a hug to each child there.
It is only by the grace of God, and the leading of the Holy Spirit, that my brother and I are the people we are today. My brother especially. He grew into a kind, loving, gentle man, who leads his son with a kind, loving, and gentle hand. He is raising Jayden in a way that affirms this little boy's value in Christ. Jayden will have a hard time questioning his worth as a person, a chosen, and wonderfully created child of God, gifted to his parents. With that kind of knowledge this young man will have the power to break this generational curse of ours. He will have the strength and the wisdom, and the humility to rise up and re-write the pages of the Wesley book for future generations.
To see what men the rest of the DT chose to lift up please pop over to Scrapping Everyday Miracles. There, you will also see the scrap twist for the month, as well as get the details on our gracious sponsor and the prize up for grabs.
Have a wonderful Monday friends,