When your children ask, “What is the meaning of the stones?” You will tell them . . . all over the land of Israel were stone markers that stood at the site of some great miracle, some deliverance, and some phenomenon that changed an outcome. Journeying through the land, the children would see such markers and inquire. Parents would then tell age-old stories about the finger of God in the history of the nation. We need stones that remind us and our children’s children of the provision of God, the wonder of his grace. Our stories are dying with us. History is rich with God’s gracious interventions. Those stories must not die. This is an incredible message on creative, yet ancient ways to share faith.