16 And God made the two great lights—the greater light to rule the day and the lesser light to rule the night—and the stars.
P recently completed his first online monthly Lego club for homeschoolers. The month of April is a study of the moon and building a moon base. We signed up through Currclick. It’s a free class unless you order the Lego kit, and this month we did and it was $24. The moon base had a lot of unusual pieces I knew we didn’t have so having the kit made it easy.
Once we logged on to the class page all the kids are using the chat box and “talking” to each other. I helped P introduce himself and stayed with him as the class got started.
As soon as the teacher started going over the moon’s history P called me over. He told me she was not correct in how the moon was formed. What she was teaching was that a Mars-size object crashed into the earth millions of years ago forming the moon once the particles settled. I told him to keep listening to the rest of the lesson and we would discuss it after the class.
He happily completed his moon base.
Now I know many of you reading this don’t understand how obsessed my son is with all things space. We study & study articles & books almost weekly. He knows the theories that are out there and we discuss them quite a bit. I was proud to hear him say that he doesn’t get all these “theories”. He said, “Mommy, why is it so hard for others to believe in God and his creation.”
Oh the faith of a child! It’s so inspiring. No wonder God said in Matthew 18:3: And he said: “I tell you the truth, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.”
Oh to be a child again.