Middle kids

Middle kids, stand up and be counted! Today is your day — National Middle Child Day. Rather than feel sorry for yourself, rather than buy all that stuff about being a “poor, lost, middle kid,” remember, middle kids are often more likely to become entrepreneurs, leaders, award-winners. Consider Abraham Lincoln, Bill Gates, Anne Hathaway, Julia Roberts, John F. Kennedy, Teddy Roosevelt, Warren Buffet.

Better yet, consider this. “There are no middle children in God’s family.” That’s the title of blogger Aaron Armstrong’s post of Sept. 4, 2016 (http://www.bloggingtheologically.com/?s=middle+child). Referencing Gal. 3:27-29, Armstrong says, “The Father’s affection for each of us is always more than we can imagine. He always has time to hear from each one of us. In Christ, there are no middle kids.”

Remind the “middle kids” in your world today of their tremendous value to you, society and most of all, to God!

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Middle kids

National Take Your Son or Daughter to Work Day

If we all take today seriously, booster seats will be in demand in cubicles, pink may be the most prominent color in the auto shop, extra-small latex gloves flying off the supply shelves at the hospital and higher-pitched-than-usual voices heard throughout the warehouse.

It’s National Take Your Son or Daughter to Work Day, an unofficial holiday in the U.S. and Canada, intended to build stronger bonds between parents and guardians and their kids with the endless possibilities ahead of them.

At Entrust we’re all about one generation of Christians investing time, training, love and listening in the next generation of Christians. So we’re naturally pumped about a day like today. How are you making use of this day? Got a good story to share? Tell us!

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National Take Your Son or Daughter to Work Day