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When a Child Goes Astray

January 9, 2018 in Blog with 0 Comments
Long ago and far away, I had this little equation in my parenting mind: If we do all the right spiritual ABCs with our children, then God will bring about saving faith in their young lives (by 7 years old)…and just like that, in no time at all, our children will become faithful, fruitful followers […]... continue >>

Bible Reading Tips for Kids

January 3, 2018 in Blog with 0 Comments
Bible reading plans for kids are great resources to help your children develop the habit of daily Bible reading. (See last week’s post here.) But along with a reading plan, here is a crucial reminder from Sally Michael for you to share with your children before they begin: …you can read the Bible with your […]... continue >>

Encouraging Your Children to Read the Bible In 2018

December 28, 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments
A new year is soon upon us and, for many adults, it is a time to begin a new Bible reading plan for 2018. But what about your children? Do you have an age-appropriate plan for them? Are you helping them to include Bible reading as a regular, daily, beneficial habit? David Murray has an […]... continue >>

A Child in a Manger and the Truthfulness of God

December 22, 2017 in Blog with 0 Comments
Christmas is almost here, and many of us have been focusing on the birth of Jesus in our classrooms and homes. As we do this, let’s use this as an opportunity to also focus on how all the events and details surrounding His birth point to the faithfulness and truthfulness of God. For example, have […]... continue >>

Celebrating the Miraculous Time of Christmas

December 21, 2017 in Devotional with 0 Comments
It’s often said that Christmas is a “magical” time for children. But a more accurate description should be that Christmas is a “miraculous” time as we ponder the miracle of the incarnation. So as we think and plan toward how we will teach about and celebrate Christmas with the children in our home and church, […]... continue >>