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.
Would you like a simple way to talk to your children about what it means to be saved?
How about a simple way for your kids to tell their friends what it means to be saved?
Would you like a special gift to send home with kids who visit your Sunday School or Awana program?
These fun Salvation Verse Cards are perfect for all of these needs!
Night time fears, bad dreams, loneliness, worry about the next day, sickness, even changing hormones – There are lots of reasons kids have trouble sleeping at night.
The Night Owl Bible Meditation Box and the Outdoor Adventure Bible Meditation Box are ready to offer comfort, hope, and strength for just those times. Filled with a flashlight and printable verses of peace and comfort, these Bible meditation boxes are perfect to combat the night time fears and loneliness that can occasionally consume us all. Encourage your children to turn to God in the middle of the night when they are alone and all is dark with these adorable boxes. They are also perfect to have on hand for a quick bedtime Bible reading before lights out.
I have a confession to make. I have been struggling a lot lately with my personal devotional time.
It’s not that I haven’t been reading the Bible. I have been faithfully reading it every morning. But that doesn’t mean that I have been getting much out of it.
Far too often I can allow my eyes to fly over the words of the Bible without absorbing what God is telling me in His Word. I finish my “quiet time” with prayer, but I don’t know what to pray for, or how to pray. So, I close my eyes and promptly fall asleep. Unless I am intentionally interacting with the Bible and praying for God’s Word to enter into my heart, it is easy for Bible reading to become an “academic” pursuit much like reading through a boring textbook. Bible reading and “prayer” becomes nothing more than a box on my “to do” list that I check off each morning.
Here is your link to Teach Us to Pray Easy Verse Cards Set Two. This set includes 24 new verses for your prayer box, six in each category of Worship, Petition, Thanksgiving, and Forgiveness.
Are you teaching your children how to pray?
If you are a Christian parent, you know the importance of prayer. You probably also have a desire to teach your children to pray. So, let me ask you: Are you intentionally teaching your children to pray? If not, why not?
God wants us to pray and He is able and willing to help us to learn. When the disciples asked Jesus to teach them to pray, He graciously gave them a model prayer to pattern their own prayers after. God has also given us many other examples of inspired prayers throughout the Bible. And, if that is not enough, the Holy Spirit is within us ready and willing to help us pray as we ought to (Romans 8:26-27).