Toddler Bibles – Top Picks Your Little One Will Love

Looking for a toddler Bible? These top picks will engage the wiggliest little one!

Inside: Find a Toddler Bible that your little one is guaranteed to LOVE Does this scene sound familiar? You are ready to have Bible time with your toddler, so you pull a children’s Bible off the shelf, snuggle up together on the couch, and start reading. In less than 30 seconds, your wiggly toddler turns all the…

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Family Culture Fall Tree Activity

Recently I came to the realization that I needed to do better in leading the way in intentionally growing positive traits in our family. In order to not let the days be full of only discipline and correction, I needed to provide ideas for positive things we could do to grow together. We needed to…

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Three Tips for Helping Your Child Start a Bible Journal

Wondering how to start Bible journal with your child? Try these tips. One of our biggest goals as parents is to find ways for our kids to own their faith. To dig into God’s Word and walk with him daily. To go to Him in prayer and praise. And to do these things because they themselves…

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Cheap Easter Basket Ideas (That are Still Meaningful!)

Cheap Easter Baskets

In need of some cheap Easter basket ideas? Look no further.   One of my favorite Easter traditions that I just love doing each year is unEaster baskets. (If you’ve never heard of this fun and meaningful tradition, you can read more about it here.) Whether you do unEaster baskets or a traditional Easter basket,…

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A Revolutionary Mindset for Family Chores

What used to be a given in the life of the family, chores are now apparently falling by the wayside, with only 28% of parents stating that they give their child(ren) chores, according to a recent study. Even in spite of the up and coming evidence that chores are beneficial to children (here, here, and…

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Twelve Gifts of Advent: Waiting for the Promised One

The word Advent comes from the Latin word that means “coming.” Traditionally, Advent is the season of waiting and preparing for the One who is coming. And as amazing as the Christmas story of the babe in the manger is, its meaning becomes a whole lot deeper when we understand the story that came first.…

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