It’s beginning to look a lot like Valentine’s Day, everywhere we go, from the overstuffed Hallmark stands at the neighborhood Target to the Whitney Houston and Faith Hill music loops at the local mall. The stores are crowded as we rush to buy chocolates and gifts, as we plan dinners and desserts for our loved ones.
Yet, in the midst of the busy-ness, those of us who are parents want to find a way to teach our children about Valentine’s Day. We want this holiday to spark a discussion about true love. How can we do that? One way to do that is to use C. S. Lewis’ book, The Four Loves, to teach our children about four types of true love, each of which is represented by an ancient Greek word.
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