Tackle the Two-Minute Drill!
A – Ask and Listen “By asking for God’s guidance and help, we show our families, especially our children, the source of our strength and courage during tough days,” writes Croyle, who speaks from experience. He has seen more than 1,800 abused and neglected children come through Big Oak Ranch, near Gadsen, Alabama. “They know who we say our Master is, but by asking for His help and then listening, we show them, and perhaps even ourselves, that He really is our Master. Remember, example outlives advice. We have to let go of that mind-set of thinking we know what to do. We must ask Him and believe in Him for guidance. I promise He won’t let you down, even when you don’t think He heard you.