Weekly Show Prep – 4/30/18

Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 13th. Here’s a few idea starters from the showprep ninjas at CreativeCardio.com! Mother’s Day is always celebrated on the second Sunday in May. The heart of Mother’s Day is to honor all mothers and value th sacrifices our moms made for us. It’s a day we celebrate the resilient women in our community. Think about the heart of your mom as it relates to honor, sacrifice, grace and passion. Here’s a few angles from The Almanac:
https://www.almanac.com/content/when-is-mothers-day

 

Mom, what’s the prank your kids TRIED to pull on you without real success?

 

My kids totally scammed me_____ stories!

 

Tell me about the day you finally realized your kids might be smarter than you____?

 

My kids thought they got away with_____ but they never realized I always knew!

 

Here’s some Mother’s Day stories that might remind you tell a few tales heart warming stories about your mom! https://www.rd.com/true-stories/inspiring/mothers-day-short-stories/

 

You know you’re a mother when _______.

 

Mom mom always said it, but I never believed it until I had kids of my own_____!

 

We’re celebrating three moms in our family on Mother’s Day. I haven’t figured out how to honor my wife, my mom and my mother in law on the same day while helping them all to feel individually special? Has anyone figured it out yet?

The Bible talks about honoring our father and mother.

 

What does it look like to “honor” your mom as an adult when you have a family of your own now? https://www.gotquestions.org/honor-father-mother.html

 

Do you feel like you’ll be a better mom to elementary kids or a better grandma to elementary kids?

 

Here’s a story about the history of Mother’s Day:

http://legacyproject.org/guides/mdhistory.html

 

My mom was famous for this dish____! She brought it to practically every party!

 

What’s the one MOM moment you’ll always remember?

The day your son was married…..

The first day of kindergarten…..

Your son’s college graduation….

Your first child holding your newborn second child with a huge grin on his face…

 

If you want fresh idea starters for your show, try CreativeCardio.com!

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