A really interesting watch about the growing mesh of cultures we face and our role in it. Might be especially of interest to parents with university age children! Looking forward to the release Inshallah!
Many Muslims are now marking the birthday of Lady Fatima (that was this past weekend) as Mother’s Day. This is a tribute to all you mums out there
“When a child is born, so is a mother!”
What a lovely surprise to see this story in the Huff Post today!
Happy Earth Day! Here are 10 verses from the Quran on the environment to share with our kids, as well as how we can take care of our world
Around this time last year, we did a series on Good Deeds. In that series, I shared a video about someone who decided to cheer random people (whom she did not know) up by writing them love letters – the awesome video is linked in the blog post if you would like to check it out.
With that in mind, how would you like for your child to have an opportunity to spread some love? One mum has arranged for a fanastic opportunity for children to be able to write to some orphans in Africa, and hopefully be pen pals with them. If you are interested, please get in touch and I will put you through to the person behind it!
P.S. Hope all of you had a lovely Easter break!
Very powerful. A young Muslim and a young Jew come together…and shatter many stereotypes.
Great tips for helping our kids at mosque. It’s from a ‘church’ perspective, but I’m sure we can make the necessary adjustments!
And this one…
“Because, going to church isn’t about us. And it never was.
Let me say that another way. Even if there is nothing *enjoyable* or *productive* about church anymore, it doesn’t matter one speck. We don’t do church to feel more relaxed, or to meet a special someone, or to feel holier, or more peaceful.
We go to church to show honor to God, and to obey Him, and to teach our children to do the same.”