We have a lot of Bibles at our house. We are learning how to be God’s people, and as it turns out, at least where children are concerned, all Bibles are not the same. Each children’s Bible has its merits (I mean, it is the word of God), but some bring along an oddity or two as well. Some tell too much of the stuff
The Child Training Bible is a tool for parents and children to be able to go directly to the scriptures for training and instruction in 20 key areas plus a section on the gospel. It’s a wonderful resource for families! The Child Training Bible See that colorful chart in the front of my Bible? It’s a key for topics, such as Anger, Pride, Lying, Jealousy, Quarreling,
As Christian families, we are already familiar with simple traditions and things that we can do to bless our little ones. We do that with such things as telling Bible stories, reading Christian picture books together, reciting Bible verses, etc. As our children grow, finding ways to bless them can become just a little bit harder. Wouldn’t it be nice to have more ideas for
As a mother of two adults, I know just how hard a task we face in raising our children for Christ. It’s a mission at the very crux of my homeschool heart; a sublime task we face as parents who really want to pass along our faith to our children. Wouldn’t it be great if there were a program or curriculum we could follow as
Looking for Creative Crafts to Do With Your Preschooler? Then The Big Book of Bible Stories to Make may just be one you want to add to your homeschools bookshelf. I love that this book has a hardcover which makes it durable – perfect for little hands. Years ago, before I started homeschooling, I taught in the same preschool that my youngest daughter attended. As
Thanksgiving has come and gone, and we have entered the rush toward Christmas. With family, church, and homeschooling obligations it can seem like we are always a little bit behind during the month of December. Why not consciously choose to create a little margin? Homeschooling offers us that kind of flexibility. In our homeschool, we will be setting aside the bulk of our studies in
Stories From The Bible holds a treasury of 17 of the Bible’s stories. This book is beautifully written and is a wonderful introduction to God’s Word for small children. “Every story has a beginning. The story of creation begins with God. He was there before anything else. God can do anything, and has the most amazing imagination ever.” – Text from Stories From The Bible.
We love discovering new picture books together and re-reading all our treasured and well-loved books. Today’s featured books are among our family’s favorites. Your children are never too old to enjoy picture books, especially books that have a moral to share or are able to impart the gifts of our faith. The books that I am sharing with you today do both. I am sure