Kid’s Bible Study

How to Explain the Trinity to Kids

Five tips for teaching the trinity to kids

Inside: How to teach the Trinity to kids. The Trinity. One of the most confusing doctrines of the Christian faith. One of the most foundational doctrines of the Christian faith. How do we go about teaching such a complex topic to children? And should we even try? Yes, We Should Teach the Trinity to Children…

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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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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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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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Thankful for Who He Is – Psalm 136 Fall Banner Craft

Thankful for Who He Is - Psalm 136 Fall Leaf Banner Craft

Today I want to share with you a fun fall activity that we did recently. Not only was it a fun way to play with the pretty fall leaves, but it also was a great opportunity to get ready for Thanksgiving and dig into some theology – learning about who God is! Here’s a video…

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The BIG Mistake You Might Be Making With Bible Memory

I still remember one of the first verses I had my son memorize. Children obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. He probably wasn’t even three years old yet, but he enjoyed memorizing the short verse and then showing off his skills to daddy, grandma, or whoever would listen. Fast forward a…

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