Here is what we did:
Everyone was given a piece of paper and crayons and asked to draw something they see or hear or feel or smell each day that reminds them that they have a Father in Heaven.And here is just one of the things I learned tonight during family home evening:
After each family member shared what they drew, we were asked some to think and share of some of Heavenly Father's character traits.
Then we discussed different ways on how each of us can better develop a relationship with our Father in Heaven. Prayer and studying the scriptures topped our list.
After I drew my very colorful picture of a sunset, making sure I put in plenty of reds, oranges, and pinks in my Crayola the sky, I realized that I hadn't yet colored my sky blue.
So I dug around in the crayon box - that has at least 682 small, broken pieces - and finally found myself a sky blue crayon.
And guess what happened as I began to color over my already colorful sunset?
The light azure began to pick up the yellows and oranges and turn them into . . .
Which taught me another something so absoutely AMAZING about Heavenly Father.
In all my meager years of earthly existence, I have n.e.v.e.r. ever seen a green sky.
Blue + Yellow = Green.
But never during a sunset.
Because during the sunset, the yellows of the sun and the blues of the sky defy the color wheel.
And instead of greens, these two colors: blue and yellow, create deep reds, soothing oranges, calming pinks and absolutely stunning purples fit for a king.
And that, I think, makes Father in Heaven even MORE amazing!!!!
P.S. I also think Heavenly Father laughs a whole lot more that I think He does.