06 April 2009

Religious Education in the Family


No nobler social work, no deeper religious work, no higher educational work is done anywhere than that of the men and women, high or humble, who set themselves to the fitting of their children for life's business, equipping them with principles and habits upon which they may fall back in trying hours, and making of home the sweetest, strongest, holiest, happiest place on earth. Henry F. Cope

2 comments:

Rafter's-n-Henderson said...

Beautiful Sentiment and the picture is just gorgeous. I love how the sun is coming through the trees.
Have a blessed Monday. Jaime

Karies place said...

And I so agree. I'm glad we have chosen this endeavor. Hard as it may be at times, it is ever so worth it in the end when you see the smile on your child's face and know you helped put it there. :)

Followers