Name Child-Centered Spirituality
Date of birth December 9, 2013
Weight Light as a child’s heart; Heavy as the meaning of life
Length About 300 words per week
- First reader appeared who was not a family member or personal friend
- First subscriber signed up on her own, not because I begged
- When someone found enough merit in a post to “Share” it with his Facebook friends
- First language translation: German
A growing number of people trust Child-Centered Spirituality
We would be nothing without this community who shares the idea that children come to us with a vibrant human spirit, that we have the opportunity to develop and encourage what has already been placed inside the child.
So I’d like to acknowledge here (in no particular order) some of the efforts readers made to promote Child-Centered Spirituality in its first year:
- Seeing Richard’s “Like” on almost every post the entire year
- Michelle’s frequent “Share” with her social media networks, referring me to Alisha, and more
- Shan standing by me in Dec-Jan-Feb when I felt like throwing in the towel
- Conrad sharing the childcenteredspirituality.com link with his friends in Australia
- Parents, too many to name, who gave consent to use a story or picture of their children
The “we” you may not know
You’re welcome to take a peek behind the scenes of Child Centered Spirituality. Four people collaborate with me in the writing and distribution of the blog. Tara Miller edits and contributes ideas. Alisha Ule assists with social media and technical support. Annette Schalk does the German translation. And my husband Bob has been an unwavering source of support throughout the entire process.
Thank you for reading
Sadly, no way to get a piece of birthday cake to you, but this is the recipe I used for Snickers Candy Bar Cake.
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