Sometimes life gets sticky, doesn't it? R-rated movies. Cheating on tests. Friends that look for trouble. There are all sorts of temptations that steer kids away from doing what's right. And there are many responses to these situations-some that will get kids in trouble and some that will glorify God. Together, parents and kids can read "365 Sticky Situations" to discuss what kids should do when faced with dilemmas that are not cut and dried. Each day's devotion includes a Sticky Situation, multiple-choice options for how best to handle the situation, and a Scripture reference to show what the Bible says. A separate answer section gives the ideal response and lists discussion questions that will help you talk with your kids more about the situation. You won't be able to provide kids with all the answers they will need in life, but with "Sticky Situations, " you can give them a good start! Betsy Schmitt is a freelance writer who lives in Naperville, Illinois, with her husband, three children, and assorted critters. In addition to working on other kid-related products, Betsy has lived through many of her own sticky situations.
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Betsy Schmitt is a freelance writer who lives in Naperville, Illinois, with her husband, three children, and assorted critters. In addition to working on other kid-related products, Betsy has lived through many of her own sticky situations.
On the afternoon of Sunday, Sept. 30, police will “arrest” two Chamber board members at the Trussville Public Library for reading from books that have been banned over the centuries. Chamber president Lance Pate and June Mathews will be handcuffed and taken to city hall, where they will be arraigned and fined by Judge Virginia Vinson. Also on the arrest list are Trussville City Council member Buddy Choat; Father William Lucas, pastor of Holy Infant of Prague Catholic Church; Betsy Schmitt, principal at Paine Primary School, and Marti Slay, president of the Friends of the Trussville Library. Vinson plans to fine the group $6,000.