I’m amazed how similar and diverse my family is…the family of God, that is. Like the time I was the American woman from North Carolina listening to my Hungarian brothers and sisters in Budapest, Hungary sing a song written by our Hispanic brother in Colorado.
We had fun making this board game! Roll the dice. Land on JW.org JWlibrary or guess who and you pick up the cards for questions. Land on Caleb and Sofia and tell something about what you love about them. Land on heart and say something nice about a brother or a sister. Land on notes and we sing a kingdom or original songs. Land on the bible and tell your favorite scripture! Photo shared by @shebot123
"Down To The River To Pray" - Alison Krauss. Alison is a daughter of the prairie--from my adopted flatlander home of Champaign, Illinois. But her music is pure southern mountain sound. Love this piece from "O Brother Where Aren't Thou"
Brother Sister Songs – Builds Bond among Siblings: Are the songs sung to show the affection between the two, they share a bond like none other and can be recognised easily in the crowd. The songs are usually played on Brothers’ and Sisters’ day which is celebrated on March 30. Though these beautiful songs are sung on different themes and contexts yet are capable of finding their place on any occasion. The lyrics combined with music make the songs very beautiful. These songs usually touched…
‘Over You’ is Shelton’s story through Lambert’s voice. His brother Richie was killed in a car accident when Blake was just 14-years-old. One night, the married couple started talking about him, and Shelton opened up. A short time later, this beautiful lyric emerged from a heap of used tissues. -*Anyone that knows me, knows why this song hits deep for me. I love you Danny Lee. Always. <3*