Posts Tagged ‘Christianity’

Summer Search for God – Week 3 – Go for a Hike

*UPDATE* As of 5/9/16 this eBook is now available in an updated version in the shop here.  For eight weeks this Summer I will be blogging through my eBook, Summer Search for God. I want to be able to give some more examples of how you can do the activities, so I will be sharing how…

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Reach Their Hearts Early: Discipling Your Preschooler

I tucked my three year old son into bed and asked him if he’d like to pray. He nodded his head yes and began in his small voice, “God, please give me a new heart every day…” My own heart melted. I want nothing more than to see my child’s heart renewed through Christ. It…

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Summer Search for God – Week One – Build a Fort

*UPDATE* As of 5/9/16 this eBook is now available in an updated version in the shop here.  For eight weeks this Summer I will be blogging through my eBook, Summer Search for God. I want to be able to give some more examples of how you can do the activities, so I will be sharing how…

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5 Ways to Intentionally Point Your Kids to God This Summer

Summer. With such a big break from your normal routine, how are you going to make sure you remain intentional in pointing your kids to God? In Deuteronomy 6:6-9 it says: These words, which I am commanding you today, shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your sons and shall talk of them when…

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Teaching the Bible Using Different Learning Styles

from guest poster, Anne Marie. Children come in all shapes and sizes. Each has differing abilities and talents. Each looks at the world differently. While it is important that Biblical Truth not change, how we *teach* the Truth can, and should, differ. Many teachers of the Bible, parents and lay church workers, can become set…

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How to Pray For Your Children’s Sibling Relationships

from guest poster, Julie. Sibling relationships are… unique. Some consider their siblings to be their best friends. Some have to work hard to tolerate theirs’. As parents, we want our kids to fall into the first category. We dream of how blissfully our kids will get along and the glorious laughter that will sprinkle their…

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