Letter writing has always been an important way to communicate with others. “And they wrote letters by them after this manner; The apostles and elders and brethren send greeting unto the brethren which are of the Gentiles in Antioch and Syria and Cilicia,” —Acts 15:23. Many of these early letters written by the Apostles became part of the collection of writings known as the New Testament.
Letters are important to our freedoms. Again and again, government representatives have been persuaded to change their votes on important issues because they have received enough letters from people who let them know how they felt about the issue.
And what about your relatives? Everyone likes to receive letters and cards, but few people take time to write them. Letter writing is an effective method of communicating with loved ones. We are often able to say things to loved ones in letters that we just never bring ourselves to say on the telephone or in person. People the world over save and treasure letters, some for many years, that contain thoughts and expressions that they hold dear.
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What I like the most about Keepers is that it is a Biblically based program with sooooo many fun things to learn and do. My daughter had wanted to join girl scouts (mainly because some of her friends from church are girl scouts and she thought she was missing out) but I felt convicted not to allow that so I was thrilled to start Keepers instead!