Celebrating Special Occasions on a Budget
This article provides some examples of how people on a tight budget can still enjoy holidays and special occasions. The advice can be taken by single individuals as well as people with families.Object Lesson – Marshmallow Olympics
Use marshmallows as an object lesson and tie it in to a well known Harvard study on delayed gratification and success. Waiting on God is a Biblical concept and something all youth need to learn. Patience in relationships, in sexuality, in simply growing up.Party and Entertainment Ideas That Will Make Your Family and Friends’ St. Patrick’s Day Fabulous
Every year all over the world, St Patrick’s Day or St. Paddy’s Day is celebrated on the 17th of March. What initialed as a feast for the patron saint of Ireland has now become a global festival with parades, dancing, music, delicious food and much more.Pros And Cons Of Holidays
A Holiday means the time for relaxation and savings for enjoying our future life. It means different things for the people depending on their age and lifestyle. For office-goers, it means…Youth Ideas – A New Year – New Priorities
With the New Year we typically evaluate the past year and set new priorities for the upcoming year. Sometimes we call these new priorities or renewed priorities New Year’s Resolutions. New Year’s Resolutions may be focused around family, personal goals, money, jobs, and many other things. While these things are not necessarily wrong, when they take precedence over our relationship with God they become a problem.