Articles by Sarah Reeves

Sarah Reeves is a homeschooling mother of four living in Georgia, who loves the beach and reading on her porch swing. When she’s not keeping up with her kids (the oldest is 6 years older than the youngest), she’s a freelance author and aspiring novelist. Sarah is also the Sunday School Zone Blog Editor and helps with a variety of other tasks on the site. Below is a list of all of the articles Sarah has written on the site. 

Welcoming Students Back After Quarantine

While self-quarantining in recent weeks, there was more than once the song, “He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands,” played in my mind. Sometimes that’s hard to believe when the world seems turned on end, but at the end of the day, we serve a good God, who really does have this whole big…

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Fear Not… Finding Comfort in the Chaos

Confused. Anxious. Disoriented. Conflicted. Frightened. Angry. These are not usually the emotions that are front and center for me at the dawning of springtime. It is truly my favorite time of year. But this year… this year… is just something else. Can you relate? I spend a good chunk of winter emotionally trudging toward springtime.…

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A Message of Comfort During the COVID Crisis

When faced with enormous uncertainty and a nation in crisis, Jeremiah received this word of comfort from the Lord… “For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end” (Jer. 29:11). Good words that we all need to hear…

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How to Use Easter for Outreach

We are regularly encouraged in Scripture to minister, share, and care for all people as a priority in our lives. In one of His great parables, Jesus said… “And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these…

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Christ-Centered Easter Traditions

As Christians, it can sometimes feel challenging to find a balance between the world’s way of doing something and a Biblical perspective. This is most often seen when it comes to holidays. Even a holiday like Easter, which has a very obvious Christian origin, has become muddled over the years with other traditions. Today, if…

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The Art of the Graceful “No”

In his letter to the Colossian Church, Paul give some timeless advice… “Let your speech be always with grace, seasoned with salt, that ye may know how ye ought to answer every man” (Col. 4:6). If you have ever spent much time around toddlers, you know that they have a favorite word… “Will you pick…

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Pointing Our Kids Toward the “High” Way

The prophet Jeremiah challenged the people of Judah to “Set thee up waymarks, make thee high heaps: set thine heart toward the highway, even the way which thou wentest” (Jer. 31:21). As a child my family and I would often go visit my grandparents. I distinctly remember that along the route to their house there…

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The Priority of Rest

In Luke 10, Luke tells us about an interesting story that can help underscore the priority of rest in our lives… Now it came to pass, as they went, that he entered into a certain village: and a certain woman named Martha received him into her house. And she had a sister called Mary, which…

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It’s A Choice To Rejoice

The Psalmist tells us… This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it (Ps. 118:24). We have all sung this little song to our children or to our students… This is the day! This is day! That the Lord has made. That the Lord has made. I…

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