Do you help children memorize Bible verses? Whether you are teaching one child at home or 25 children in a classroom, you need easy ways to make memory verse time seriously fun. These 12 games will help you to do exactly that – with very little prep time and using objects you probably already have in your home.
Whether you are teaching a verse to your own family or teaching it to a Sunday school class, whether you want to tape a verse to your fridge or cut it apart to make a Bible verse puzzle, sometimes you need a Bible verse printable – fast!
In this tutorial, I am going to show you step-by-step EXACTLY how you can make Bible verse printables quickly and easily – even if you aren’t a computer genius.
Are you ready to create an amazing Bible verse printable?
If I were to ask you, “What are the top ten most important things that you can teach your children?”, would teaching your children how to pray make your list?
We teach our children how to add and subtract, how to play musical instruments or sports, and how to read. But, how many of us can say that we have made it a priority to teach our children how to pray?
If you are a Christian parent, you probably know that prayer is important. But, knowing that prayer is important is not enough. We need to be intentionally teaching our kids how to pray.
Here are some simple and practical ideas to help you as you teach your child how to pray. Read More at Faith Along the Way…
Would your children be shocked to hear that there is more to life than having fun?
Many of us desperately want to make sure that our children enjoy “fun” childhoods. While this desire is not inherently bad, we can easily make the pursuit of “fun” far more important than it really should be.
Could it be that you and I are teaching our children that “fun” is the ultimate measure of something’s worth?
Providing young listeners with a sermon notes page is an excellent way to help them focus on the sermon.
These free printable sermon notes pages are double-sided and include a Sunday morning checklist, space for sermon notes and application, and a take-home challenge. These pages offer parents and kids a wonderful opportunity to discuss the sermon.
“Promotion Sunday” is coming up in my church, during which a fresh crop fifth graders are introduced into the preaching service. And, this year, my twins are among those sitting through the service for the first time. So, when my friend Lisa asked me to work with her in coming up with a printable sermon notes page for our church, I was super excited.
I have to admit, I took the transgender bathroom letter from President Obama pretty hard last week.
I am worried about a culture and a government that are willing to put the safety of children aside in order to accommodate a handful of people.
I am deeply concerned about a government who thinks it has the right to dictate policy to local school districts.
I am grieved by the plight of transgender people who are caught in the middle of this debate, at risk themselves in so many ways, and desperately needing God’s truth and love in their lives.
And, of course, as a mother I want to hold my children close and keep them safe and innocent. I don’t want them to be put at risk in any way.
How can we, as Christian parents, respond to the transgender bathroom issue? Here are 3 ways that Christian parents must respond:
Have your children ever asked you if they are really, truly saved? My children have asked me!
How can we answer them? Should we assure them that they are saved because they prayed the “sinner’s prayer” when they were younger? What if that prayer didn’t “take”?
If we are honest, many of us adults struggle with doubts about our salvation. How can we guide our children as we talk about this vitally important topic?