“But you can’t get rid of her! Hannah will be lonely,” my older daughter said to her younger sister one night with tears pooling in the corners of her eyes. My younger daughter was thinking about getting rid of one doll and replacing her with one that had better hair for styling. To her, it was more about how she looked. To my older daughter, the doll had a “real” personality and was a part of her life. She just couldn’t imagine getting rid of her.
The real issue was that each girl was approaching the situation with a different perspective. My older daughter is very kinesthetic and auditory. She likes to play pretend and her “friends” are real to her. My younger daughter is a visual learner. She prefers to dress up her dolls and style their hair. If one doll’s hair is no longer working for her to style, it’s no big deal to replace it.
Everyone has a dominant learning style. This learning style impacts many areas of your life, including how you experience God. Today’s Triumphant Minute provides practical tips to help your children experience God in the unique way He made them.
How your learning style affects how you experience God
you can watch it with the closed captions on instead.)
What do you think?
Have you noticed how you experience God differently from others?
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