Crackernacles are Fun!

This morning our 4-6 graders had a blast creating “crackernacles.” What is a crackernacle? It’s a graham cracker tabernacle, held together of course by frosting! The kids had a blast using this simple activity.  It struck me that sometimes in our drive to be the most up to date, most high-tech etc. that we forget that sometimes simple is the best! Afterall, doesn’t God choose the simple to confuse the “wise?”  I love simple things, in fact, I think I’m one of God’s simple things and I love it.

I think we could use a dose of simple and then step back and watch what God does. It’s always better when we get out of his way, True?

So how can you simplify?

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