Posts Tagged ‘bible study’

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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5 Tips for a Successful Bible Time with Kids

I have a confession. After completing the Play Through the Bible series I did a terrible job at having a consistent Bible time with my kids. We started and stopped, and started and stopped again. I had lofty goals and didn’t see them through. Most of the time I just plain didn’t know where to start. Have you found yourself…

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The ULTIMATE Guide to Using Biblehub.com

  Have you ever heard of Biblehub.com? I mentioned it in last week’s post on my favorite Bible study tools, but this week I wanted to expand on all the awesomeness this website has to offer! If you’ve ever wondered how to do an in-depth word study, topical study, or read Biblical commentaries when you…

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Hero Training! Kid’s Character Challenge {Week 3 – Creative}

It’s week three of Hero Training and we are having fun learning about how to be creative! If you haven’t read the introduction to the series yet, check it out here (it has all the instructions and info you’ll need). Get past weeks here: week one (helpful), week two (self-controlled) I hope you have fun doing the…

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Hero Training! Character Challenge for Kids {Week #1 HELPFUL}

Yay! It’s the first challenge in the Hero Training series! To start off the series, we will begin with the character trait helpful. If you haven’t read the introduction to the series yet, check it out here (it has all the instructions and info you’ll need). I hope you have fun doing the challenges and, don’t forget,…

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*INTRODUCING* Hero Training: A Character Challenge for Kids

I am so excited to introduce this new series! Ever since I started planning out what we would be doing for our homeschool preschool this year, I knew I wanted to do some intentional character training. One of the things I appreciate about Charlotte Mason’s methods are the heavy emphasis on using the early years less…

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